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live  basic  elements.  You  must  have  a  complete  understanding  of  each  element  and  its  purpose in  the  lesson  topic  to  be  able  to  teach  the  knowledge  and  skills  identified  by  the  learning objectives. The   elements   and   instructor   actions   are   as   follows: n   Introduction n   Presentation n   Review   and   summary n   Application n   Assignment Introduction The   introduction   is   one   of   the   most   crucial   elements   of   the   lesson.   During   the   introduction, you  introduce  yourself  and  the  topic,  state  the  learning  objectives,  make  motivating  statements, and  provide  a  topic  overview.   As  a  part  of  the  motivating  statement,  you  should  explain  why the  students  need  to  learn  the  material  and  how  they  will  apply  it  on  the  job.  Besides  telling students  how  and  why  the  lesson  is  important,  you  must  show  your  own  motivation  and enthusiasm   toward   the   information.   From   the   students’   perspective,   the   introduction   builds emotional  involvement,  arouses  interest,  promotes  motivation,  builds  a  sense  of  purpose,  and focuses  attention  on  the  subject  matter. Presentation The  presentation  element  is  the  main  body  of  the  lesson.   It  is  when  you  teach  and  otherwise explain   the   objectives   of   the   lesson.   Properly   prepared   and   taught,   the   presentation   serves   to build  student  understanding  of  facts,  procedures,  rules,  and  principles. Review  and  Summary The   review   and   summary   element   of   the   lesson   provides   you   with   an   opportunity   to summarize   the   topic’s   major   points. You  review  the  lesson  to  reinforce  learning  and  to  get valuable   feedback   on   what   learning   has   taken   place. To   get   this   feedback,   you   must   ask questions  that  require  your  students  to  think  and  to  respond  beyond  the  recall  level  of  learning. Application This  element  enables  the  student  to  apply  the  knowledge  to  a  physical  or  mental  skill.  It allows   students   to   practice   their   skills,   use   the   material   they   have   learned,   and   get   feedback about   their   knowledge   and   skill.   You   evaluate   the   students’   performance   as   they   perform   the skill.  You  provide  reinforcement  and  feedback  to  each  student  by  pointing  out  student  errors and  suggesting  how  to  correct  them.    The   application   element   is   used   with   topics   teaching   a skill. 86

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