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What are the 3 types of changes as pertaining to the Instructors responsibilities for curriculum?
Interim Change- Minor change to correct typo's teachability, safety or urgen type commander-issued subjects
Change- Modification that doe not affect course objectives, increas course length or require more resources.
Technical Change- Any tactical change that affects curriculum and may or may not affect individual lesson objectives but, not course objectives length or resources.
IC
C
TC
What are the five techniques which can assist in developing motivational stategies?
1.Make subject matter interesting
2.Establish goals
3.Provide informative feedback
4.Show interest in students
M.E.E.P.S
What is the ultimate goal of instruction?
To motivate students to achieve course objectives, keep students motivated beyond the instructors influence and apply what students learn on the job.
Motivate
Motivate
Apply
What are the five different ways of learning?
1.Imitation
2.Trial and Error
3.Association
4.Insight
5.Transfer
instructor sets example
learning by doing
NOT rote memorization
applyinjg past learning
What are the five laws of learning?
1.Law of Readiness
2.Law of Effect
3.Law of Primacy
4.Law of Intenisty
5.Law of Exercise
when they are physically ready
learn afte satisfying consequences
learned right the first time
vivid experience
practice makes perfect
What are the five learning senses in order of importance?
1.Sight
2.Hearing
3.Touch
4.Taste
5.Smell
Most important 75% of learning
2nd most important
major with other factors
gotta be a CS
part of human warning system
What are the six common characteristics all students possess?
1.Maturity
2.Success
3.Evaluate
4.fallibility
5.Fair Play
6.Recognition
MSEFFR
What are the four basic learning styles?
1.Concrete
2.Active
3.Reflective
4.Abstract
CARA
What are the barriers to effective communication?
1.Lack of common core values
2.Overuse of abstractions
3.Fear
4.Environmental factors
LOFE
State and discuss the three step communication process.
Send- Formulate, consider barriers, put in words, clearly communicate.
Receive- Seen or heard by person, message is affected by barriers, decoded and message interpreted.
Feedback- Understand the message
S R F
Discuss why listening is one of the most important communication skills.
It is an active process of hearing and understanding which demands concentration and attention
What five factors must be considered in planning instruction delivery?
1.Grammar
2.Force
3.Articulation
4.Inflection
5.Rate of Speech
GFAIR
State and discuss the importance of body movement as an important part of successful communication.
It reinforces, emphasizes and clarifies verbally expressed ideas.
What are the four purposes of oral questioning?
1.Focuses attention
2.Arouses interest
3.Drills students on subject
4.Stimulates students to think
FADS
State and discuss the characteristics of a good oral question.
Level of instruction- use simple words, correct grammar.
Interrogative- begin sentences with words like (what)
Clarity and Meaning- Treu and intended meaning
LIC
Discuss the types of oral questions and their purposes.
Multiple Choice
Yes or No
Canvassing
Leading
Interest Arousing
Factual
Thought Provoking
MY CLIFT
State the five steps of the five-step questioning technique.
Ask the question
Pause
Pick a student (by name)
Listen and comment
Emphasize correct answer
APPLE
What are five of the seven instructional methods?
Lesson
Lecture
Lecture with A/V
Demonstration
Discussion
Role Play
Case Study
L3D2RC
State and discuss the three parts of a learning objective.
Behavior-student shall be able to do as an outcome of training
Condition-Aiding and limiting factors
Standard-Criteria
BCS
State and discuss the three learning domains.
Cognitive-illustrates the level of understanding
Affective-learning outcomes associated with emotions and feelings
Psychomotor-learning by imitating, trial and error, association, insight and transfer (ITAIT)
CAP
Discuss the two methods of testing and their importance.
Knowledge-achievement of objectives
Performance-skill acquisition
What are the five learning levels a knowledge test item may test.
Recall-remembering
Recognition-identification
Analysis-understanding
Application-use of knowledge
Comprehension-understanding what was taught
R2A2C
Discuss the different types of performance tests.
Process-step by step procedures
Product-observable result
Combo
PPC
What are the primary materials used in presenting instruction?
Lesson Plans- Instructor Guidance (most important)
Instructor Sheets- Outline sheets, job sheets, problem sheets...
Instructional Media Material- materials used to instruct
LII
State the purpose of using Instructional Media Materials.
Increase student interest, retention, understanding and motivation through uniformity training
Describe the two types of instructional evaluations.
Subject matter evaluation ensure qualification of the instructor.
Instructional technique evaluation ensures the instructor uses the most effective techniques to accomplish training.