III. Practice Exercise-Lesson 1, Objectives 1 and 2
1. The three main parts of an oral presentation are--
a. Explanation, demonstration, and application.
b. Lecture, conference, and demonstration.
c. Application, examination, and critique.
d. Introduction, explanation, and summary.
instructor's first concern in introducing a lesson should be--
a. The standards to be achieved, the
procedures to be followed, and
a need to know.
b. A statement of the objectives and
the need to know as it applies
to the student.
c. A review of previous instruction,
the procedure to be followed,
and the standards for the class.
d. Identification of the instructor,
a greeting to the class, and
the title of the subject.
4. A fictional class was opened with this introduction: "In this class
you will learn how to use grid coordinates in locating positions on
a map. You will be expected to know how to locate points on a map
and how to give coordinate readings of points.
We will have the
first hour of our instruction here in this classroom.
next hour of instruction, we will go into the field and use our maps
to locate positions on the ground using grid coordinates."
essential element is lacking in the above introduction?
5. Which purpose of an introduction to a lesson is not appropriate to
the introduction of a briefing?
a. Attention or greeting.
b. Stimulate interest in subject.
c. Set forth objective or scope.
d. None of the above.