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An eliciting activity's main attribute is that it is nonevaluative
In early stages of learning, evaluative eliciting activities should be (2 things) nonevaluative and immediate
eliciting activities can be (4 things) immediate or delayed; evaluative versus nonevaluative
what are the 7 steps to lesson planning 1)Gain Attention 2)Inform the Learner of the Objective 3)Stimulating recall of prerequisite learning 4)Presenting the stimulus material 5)Eliciting the desired behavior 6)Providing feedback 7)Assessing the behavior
What are the best ways to gain attention when starting a lesson? Use something auditory or visual
What can you do to help motivate students to pay attention/learn from the lesson plan? Change sensory modalities from listening to looking or vice versa
When informing the learners of the objective, your attention getting device should do what? lead into the objective for the lesson
Presenting the stimulus or new material does not always have to be the largest part of the lesson
When eliciting the desired behavior, the learner must be given 2 things? guidance on how to perform the behavior; the opportunity to practice it
When eliciting the desired behavior, what are the goals? spontaneity, freedom to make mistakes, opportunity for immediate feedback
Some assessment method should always be designed in a lesson plan, but what may not be practical? a test over one lesson
Created by: ageorge08