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ASSIGNMENT  2 Textbook  Assignment: Chapter 3,    “Motivation,”    pages 23 through 27, and chapter 4, “Principles  of  Learning.” 2-1. 2–2. 2–3. 2–4. Learning objective: Identify the procedures  for  motivating  students. Which of the following techniques will NOT assist you in developing motivational strategies for instruction? 1. Providing informative feedback 2. Enforcing the student’s point of view 3. Showing an interest in your students 4. Making the subject matter interesting You may affect a student’s feeling of success or failure by using which of the following motivation techniques? 1. Lecturing  with  authority 2. Establishing personal goals 3. Providing meaningful feedback 4. Encouraging student participation Which of the fallowing teaching factors can suppress student motivation? 1. Taking an interest in your students 2. Encouraging student participation 3. Using various techniques to motivate students 4. Assuming  the  class  will understand the information Motivation will have which of the following effects at the beginning of a lesson? 1. Place participants in a passive mood 2. Encourage self–confidence 3. Arouse    student    curiosity 4. Set  challenging  goals 2-5. 2–6. 2–7. 2–8. 2-9. The techniques of motivation do NOT apply in which of the following components of the lesson presentation? 1. Summary 2. Assignments 3. Introduction 4. Presentation Besides showing a need for learning the information, the introduction also serves what other purpose? 1. Focuses on the importance of the  student 2. Gives  students  specific examples 3. Links  present  and  past  lessons 4. Reduces  peer  pressure For most instructional methods, the introduction of the lesson should achieve which of the following results? 1. Establish  personal  goals 2. Direct  student  performance 3. Show the value of the system 4. Provide  a  road  map  for  learning The lesson introduction is used to accomplish which of the following actions? 1. TO recapture  student  attention 2. To motivate students to learn 3. To maintain student interest 4. To  stimulate  thinking In the lesson presentation, on what should you focus student attention? 1. Questions 2. Test  scores 3. Study  habits 4. Subject  matter 8

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