Yes, do actually include the work you have done in Learning Activities 1-3 to begin working. Then re-read and re-write your instructional design draft into a report that is appropriate for sharing with a manager/grants committee/administrator or other person who would approve or not approve it.
Each section should have an appropriate heading. Each section should include the work you did in developing specific steps that you are choosing to include. No need to duplicate information. e.g., Step 5 information is a reiteration of the previous steps. Don't include instructional analysis (step 2) since you developed that into your instructional strategy - presentation. Use the information you ended with after that reiteration. Include any updates or revisions based on subsequent learning or feedback since you first completed each section (learning activity).
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