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MTS KQSS Domain 1

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1.A1 State the purpose of the Navy Training System To determine what to train and the most effective method to train it.
1.A2 What is the most essential single link in the training chain? The instructor.
1.A3 State and discuss the three qualities of an efficient and effective instructor. Knowledge, Abilities, Personality
1.A4 Discuss the Instructor's responsibilities in terms of: a. Responsibility to students, b. Responsibility to safety, c. Responsibility to security, d. Responsibility to curriculum a. Set the example, teach effectively. b. Follow and teach safety procedures. c. Handle classified material properly; need to know. d. Keep the curriculum current and accurate.
1.A5 What are the key principles of applying motivation theory in a training situation? NIVIAA: Needs and Drives, Interests, Values, Incentives, Achievements, Attitude
1.A6 What are five techniques which can assist in developing motivational strategies for instruction? MEPSE: Make it Interesting Establish Goals Provide Feedback Show Interest Encourage Participation
1.A7 State the ultimate goal of instruction To keep students motivated beyond the influence of the instructor so they can use their knowledge in the fleet.
1.A8 What are the five different ways of learning? ATITI: Association Transfer Insight Trial and Error Imitation
1.A9 State and discuss the five laws of learning. PIERE: Primacy: Retain first time training longer. Intensity: Vivid experiences retained longer. Effect: Hit bell, get banana. Readiness: Physically and emotionally ready to learn. Exercise: Repetition and memorization.
1.A10 Discuss how motivation affects student learning. If a student is not motivated to learn, they will not learn or retain information for very long.
1.A11 State and discuss the six common characteristics all students possess. FRAMES: Fair Play, Recognition, Adults(Maturity), Mistakes(Recognize Fallibility), Evaluation, Success
1.A12 State and discuss the four basic learning styles. CARA: Concrete, Abstract, Reflective, Active
1.A13 Discuss barriers to effective communication. LOFE: Lack of common core experience, Overuse of abstractions, Fear, Environmental factors
1.A14 State and discuss the three step process to communication. Send, Receive, Feedback
1.A15 Discuss why listening is one of the most important communication processes. It is an active part of the communication process. One needs to listen to process information.
1.A16 Describe five factors that must be considered in planning instructional delivery. AGRIF: Articulation, Grammar, Rate of speech, Inflection, Force
1.A17 State and discuss the importance of body movement as an important part of successful communication. Body language reinforces or contradicts what you are saying. Body language can show your enthusiasm for the material and vice versa.
1.A18 State and discuss the four purposes of oral questioning. SAFD: Stimulate thought, Arouse interest, Focus attention, Drill students
1.A19 State and discuss the characteristics of a good oral question. LUC: Level of instruction, Use of interrogatives, Clarity
1.A20 Discuss the types of oral questions and their purpose. CTYMILF: Canvassing, Thought provoking, Yes or No, Multiple answer, Interest arousing, Leading, Factual
1.A21 State the five steps of the five step questioning technique. APPLE: Ask, Pause, Pick, Listen, Emphasize
1.A22 List and discuss the different instructional methods. LLLDRCD: Lesson, Lecture, Lecture with Audio Visual, Demonstration, Role Play, Case Study, Discussion
1.A23 State and discuss the three parts of a learning objective. Behavior: What they should be able to do. Condition: How they're going to do it. Standard: Specific criteria
1.A24 Discuss two methods of testing and their importance. Knowledge: measure achievement of objectives. Performance: measure skill acquisition.
1.A25 Explain the five learning levels a knowledge item may test. CAARR: Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Recognition, Recall
1.A26 Discuss the different types of performance tests. Process tests ability to follow steps. Product measures end result.
1.A27 List and describe the primary materials used in presenting instruction. Lesson Plan, Instruction sheets, Instructional Media Material
1.A28 State the purpose of using IMM and Visual Information Increased retention, interest, and uniformity.
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