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State the purpose of the Navy Training system.
The purpose of hte Navy Training System is to determine what to train and how best to train that material.

What is the most essetial single link in the training chain?
The most essential link in the training chain is the instructor.

State and discuss the 3 qualities of an efficient and effective instructor.
Knowledge- an instructor must know more about the material than they teach.

Ability- both leadership & instructional skills like planning and rewarding

Personality- show a sincere interest in your students regardless of race, herritage or level of intellect

Discuss the Instructors responsibilites in terms of responsibility to students, training safety, security and curriculum.
Students- to be a role model and teach effectively

Training Safety- to show proper safety precautions & procedures

Security- do not teach above classroom level & make sure to account for classified material

Curriculum- maintenance is ongoing, note deficiencies.

List & Discuss the key principles of applying motivation theory in a training situation.

List and discuss 5 techniques which can assist in developing motivational strategies for instruction.
Open to contributions and points of view
Use appropriate questions
Recognize behaviors and achievements

Ensure comprehension of the objectives
Make subject matter interesting
Plan motivation to keep lesson interesting

State the ultimate goal of instruction.
To keep students motivated and apply their learned knowledge to the job.

State & Discuss 5 different ways of learning
Association- comparing things learned in the past to new teachings
Imitaion- observe then copy
Insight- how are the elements connected
Trial & Error- learning by doing
Transfer- past knowledge to a new but similar problem

State & Discuss the 5 laws of learning.
Intensity- vivid experiences teach better
Readiness- student must be ready to learn
Effect- students can learn cause & effect easier
Exercise- repetition helps remembering
Primary- students retain things they learn the first time longer than retained info.

Discuss how motivation affects student learning
Motivation is the single most important factor and has as much or more of an impact than scholastic ability.

State and Discuss the 6 common characteristics all students possess.
* Maturity- students want to be treated like adults.
* Success- students want to succeed.
* Evaluation- students are always evaluating you.
* Fallability- everyone makes mistakes, stay focused
* Fair play- treat all learners fairly & equally as adults
* Recognition-give to students who respond to questions and classroom discussions.

State and discuss the 4 basic learning styles.
* Concrete - experience based
* Active - step by step
* Reflective - like to watch
* Abstract - theory based

Discuss the barriers to effective communication.
-Lack of common experience
-Overuse of abstractions
-Environmental Factors

State & discuss the purpose of the 3 step communication process.
- Send a message
- Receive a message

Discuss why listening is one of the most important communications skills.
- Both parties must listen in order to effectively communicate.

Describe 5 factors that must be considered in planning instructional delivery.
-Rate of Speech

State and discuss the importance of body movement as an important part of successful communication.
- Body movement reinforces, emphasizes and clarifies verbally expressed ideas.

State and discuss the 4 purposes of oral questioning.
-Arouse interest
-Focus attention

State and discuss the characteristics of a good oral question.
-Level of Instruction- use simple words students know and understand
-Use of Interrogative- use words like WHAT or HOW so students know you are asking a question.
-Clarity of Meaning- word questions that convey to the students the true or intended meaning.

Discuss the types of oral questions and their purposes.
-Factual- help memorize facts
-Thought provoking- to make them think.
-Interest Arousing- make them think what you are about to teach is interesting.
-Multiple answer- have more than one answer.
-Yes or No- simple answer, focus attention.
-Leading- suggest their own answer.
-Canvassing- used to determine those familiar with specific areas of subject matter.

State the 5 steps of the five-step questioning technique.

List and discuss the different instructional methods.
-Lecture- just teaching
-Lesson- teaching with student interaction
-Demonstrate- show yourself
-Role play- acting
-Case study- study an event
-Lecture with A/V- teaching with pictures
-Discussion- talking about a subject

State and discuss the three parts of a learning objective.
-Behavior- defines outcome
-Condition- defines limiting factors
-Standard- criteria the students performance must meet,

Discuss the 2 methods of testing and their importance
-Knowledge tests- written tests
-Performance tests- labs

Explain the 5 learning levels a knowledge test item may test.

Discuss the different types of performance tests.


List and describe the primary materials used in presenting instruction.
-Lesson Plan- most important document. ensures instruction is presented in proper sequence & depth required by objectives
-Instruction sheets- provide students w/info or directions to complete part of the course.
-Instructional Media- increases student understanding and helps students understand & learn.

State the purpose of using Instructional Media Materials (IMM) & Visual Information (VI)
Visual aids highly increase understanding. "A picture is worth 1000 words."