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Effective Presentations Chapter 7 of 3rd edition Milady Master Educator

What are the three methods of questioning? Group, direct, and re-direct
What are the structured formats of presenting a lesson? Problem solution, Spatial, Chronological, Theory Practice, and Topical
How long can adults listen with retention? 20 Minutes
Which type of questioning is considered recall questioning? Low-Order
How often should we vary the pace of a lesson? Every 20 Minutes
Where are motivational circumstances created? The classroom
All humans share a desire for what? Winning
What must an educator convey in the classroom? Poise and Confidence
What is a technique such as pausing, incorporating Q & A, utilizing an energizer, changing visual aids, or directing attention elsewhere? Transition
Low-order, high-order, open, and closed 4 types of questioning
What structure presents key points in a sequence? Chronological
Which type of questioning requires learner to have knowledge, comprehension, and ability to analyze data, synthesize information, and draw conclusions? High-Order
What are the parts of lesson structure? Relevant/logical, simple to follow, and relevant to the needs of the learner
How long can adults listen with understanding? 90 minutes
What must an educator be sure never to do to a learner? Embarrass or humiliate
Because cultures vary; we need to be careful of our use of what? Slang, Mannerisms, and behaviors
What structure goes over a lesson then puts it into effect? Theory practice
What is an Expected outcome? Objective
What will expand learners network of support & ensure they got the maximum benefit from their education? Interaction among learners/NETWORKING
what are the three parts of a lesson or what you need to make the most of a lesson? Dynamic opening, Well-prepared lesson plans (body), ending with a powerful punch
What structure is common in business where a challenge and solution is presented? Problem Solution
What structure begins with general information and progresses to more specific or vice versa? Spatial
How can an educator hold the attention of the learners? Be enthusiastic and energetic
What does CREATE stand for? Consider the topic, Research the topic, Examples for clarification, Teach with poise, and Enjoy and be enthusiastic
What structure covers the most important points at the beginning of the lesson? Topical
What is the process of sending and receiving information? Communication
What are Maslow's Hierarchy of needs ? Biological needs, Safety needs, love & belonging needs, and esteem needs
True motivation is what? internal
Preparation prevents what? Apologies
What percentage of your impact is visual? 55%
What percentage of your impact is based on how you speak? 38%
What percentage of your impact is actually what you teach or skill development? 7%
What percentage of questions that educators ask require students to recall facts? 93%
Requires a specific informal response. Open-ended question
Generally directed at one specific student who can respond with a yes or no. Close-ended question
Positive reinforcement during a lesson indicates what to the student? That they are appreciated
We need to be careful of what type of reinforcement? Non-verbal
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