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INSTRUCTOR-STUDENT     INTERACTION This   area   deals   with   your   effectiveness   in   keeping   the   students   involved   in   the   learning process.  It  also  has  to  do  with  your  ability  to  manage  the  instructor-student  interactions. n   Establish   and   maintain   student   attention. n   Encourage   student   participation. 9   Check   for   student   comprehension. n   Establish   and   maintain   proper   instructor-student   relationship. n   Stress   the   importance   of   the   individual   student   while   remaining   clearly   in   control   of   the class. LESSON   SUMMARY The  lesson  summary  is  used  to  recap  the  major  discussion  points  of  the  lesson  and  to  ensure that   the   students   understand   the   subject   matter   you   have   presented. Summarize   Learning   Objectives ~  Since  the  objectives  are  what  the  student  is  trying  to  accomplish,  restate  or  paraphrase  the objectives   and   discuss   their   relationship   to   the   lesson   material. Summarize  Lesson  Properly n  Summarize  the  material  in  the  lesson  at  least  once  to  ensure  student  understanding,  In some   cases,   you   may   need   to   summarize   more   than   once.   When   or   how   often   the summary  is  conducted  is  not  the  issue;  rather,  did  you  summarize  and  was  the  summary effective? ~  Summarize  the  major  teaching  points  of  the  lesson. n  When  summarizing  at  the  end  of  a  lesson,  use  the  major  teaching  points  and  objectives as  an  outline  for  the  summary. n   Use   summaries   to   maintain   continuity   within   a   lesson   or   to   emphasize   areas   of importance. Check   Student   Understanding n  Ask  questions  that  help  determine  if  the  students  understand  the  material. n  Ensure  questions  require  students  to  respond  at  the  learning  level  required  by  the objectives. n   Ask   thought-provoking   questions   related   to   the   objective(s). 116

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