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CHAPTER  6 INSTRUCTIONAL  METHODS INTRODUCTION The  definition  of  instructional  methods  is  “an  educational  approach  for  turning  knowledge into   learning.”   Instructional  methods  are  the  “how  to”  in  the  delivery  of  training.  You  have  all heard  the  old  saying  that  there  is  more  than  one  way  to  skin  a  cat.  Likewise,  there  is  more  than one   method   to   use   in   training   your   students.   The   methods   used   in   any   learning   situation   are primarily  dictated  by  the  learning  objectives  decided  upon  by  the  course  developers.  In  many cases  a  combination  of  methods  are  used  to  intensify  the  learning  experiences.  As  an  instructor, you  need  to  understand  the  following  methods  and  your  responsibilities  in  using  them:  lecture, lecture  with  audiovisuals,  lesson,  demonstration,  role-playing,  case  study,  and  discussion.  The lesson  method  and  the  demonstration  method  are  the  two  most  commonly  used  in  Navy training.  However,  for  purposes  of  this  chapter  the  methods  are  discussed  as  sequenced  above. LECTURE The   lecture m e t h o d    i s    an i n s t r u c t i o n a l    p r e s e n t a t i o n    of information,   concepts,   or   principles. Its   main   purpose   is   to   present   a large   amount   of   information   in   a short  period  of  time. The  lecture  method  is  an  efficient way  to  introduce  a  new  topic  of s t u d y    or present   background material  students  need  for  future classes.   A   lecture   allows   instructors to   present   a   subject   to   a   large audience  because  they  use  no  visuals and  there  is  no  interaction  between the  students  and  the  instructor.  In fact,   with   the   use   of   closed-circuit television,  audience  size  is  essentially unlimited. A    l e c t u r e    m a y    be presented  to  thousands  of  persons  at a  time  through  the  use  of  the  closed 52

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