MTS DOMAIN 1

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  1. STATE THE PURPOSE OF THE NAVY TRAINING SYSTEM
    TO ENSURE A STANDARDIZED SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO TRAINING
  2. WHAT IS THE MOST ESSENTIAL SINGLE LINK IN THE TRAINING CHAIN
    A QUALITY INSTRUCTOR
  3. STATE THE THREE QUALITIES OF AN EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTOR

    KAP
    • KNOWLEDGE- know more than whats required to teach the course
    • ABILITY- To lead and serve as role model
    • PERSONALITY- Character, behavioral, tempermental, emotional, & mental traits
  4. DISCUSS THE INSTRUCTORS RESPONSIBILITES TO:
    STUDENTS
    TRAINING SAFETY
    SECURITY
    CURRICULUM
    • STUDENTS-teach effectivley, set good example, resolve conflict
    • TRAINING SAFETY-never compromise safety
    • SECURITY-never downplay security
    • CURRICULUM-ensure course is current and accurate
  5. LIST AND DISCUSS KEY PRINCIPLES OF APPLYING MOTIVATIONAL THEORY

    NAAVII
    • NEEDS AND DRIVES-fulfilling students needs
    • ATTITUDE-positive attitude toward lesson gives students positive attitude to learn
    • ACHIEVMENTS-strong desire, a goal
    • VALUES-students have more interest in subjects that deals with goals important to their lives
    • INTERESTS-view or an activity worhwhile or enjoyable
    • INCENTIVES-honor student, longer lunches
  6. LIST AND DISCUSS THE FIVE TECHNIQUES WHICH CAN ASSIST IN DEVELOPING MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR INSTRUCTION

    MEEPS
    • MAKE SUBJECT MATTER INTERESTING
    • ENCOURAGE PARTICIPATION
    • ESTABLISH GOALS
    • PROVIDE INFORMATIVE FEEDBACK
    • SHOW INTEREST IN STUDENTS
  7. STATE THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF INSTRUCTION
    • KEEP STUDENTS MOTIVATED BEYOND INSTRUCTORS INFLUENCE
    • APPLY WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED ON THE JOB
  8. STATE AND DISCUSS FIVE WAYS OF LEARNING

    ATITI
    • TRANSFER-applying past learning to new situations
    • INSIGHT-understanding the whole is more than the sum (booksmarts)
    • TRIAL AND ERROR-learning by doing
    • ASSOCIATION-comparison of past learning to new learning
    • IMITATION-monkey see, monkey do
  9. STATE AND DISCUSS THE FIVE LAWS OF LEARNING

    PIERE
    • PRIMACY-what is learned first is retained longer than what is relearned
    • INTENSITY-vivid experiences are learned better and retained longer
    • EFFECT-learn best with satisfying results
    • READINESS-learn best when mentally, physically, and emotionally ready
    • EXERCISE-practice makes perfect
    • *these are laws because they have been proven*
  10. DISCUSS HOW MOTIVATION AFFECTS STUDENT LEARNING
    • SINGLE MOST IMPORANT FACTOR
    • HAS AS MUCH OR MORE IMPACT THAN SCHOLASTIC ABILITY
  11. STATE AND DISCUSS SIX COMMON CHARACTERISTICS ALL STUDENTS POSSESS

    BADFRS
    • BELIEF IN THEIR MATURITY-wants to be treated like an adult
    • ABILITY TO EVALUATE-students form opinions on the instructor
    • DESIRE TO SUCCEED-no one wants to fail
    • FALLIBILTY- everyone makes mistakes
    • RECOGNITION-basic human needs
    • SENSE OF FAIR PLAY-students want to be treated equally
  12. STATE THE FOUR BASIC LEARNING STYLES
    • ABSTRACT-theory based, analytical approach to learning 20%
    • REFLECTIVE-compare and contrast 50%
    • CONCRETE-experienced based learning 70%
    • ACTIVE-hands on, likes to get involved 90%
  13. DISCUSS FOUR THE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

    LOFE
    • LACK OF COMMON CORE EXPERIENCE-on the subject
    • OVERUSE OF ABSTRACTIONS-acronyms
    • FEAR-may be one of the greatest barriers
    • ENVIRONMENTAL-noise, temperature
  14. STATE AND DISCUSS THE THREE STEP COMMUNICATION PROCESS
    • TRANSMIT-send message
    • RECIEVE-decode message
    • FEEDBACK-understanding the message
  15. WHY IS LISTENING ONE OF THE MOST IMPORANT COMMUNICATION SKILLS
    IT DEMANDS CONCENTRATION AND ATTENTION BY RECEIVER
  16. DISCUSS FIVE FACTORS THAT MUST BE CONSIDERED IN PLANNING INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY

    AGRIF
    • ARTICULATION-don't use acronyms or navy termonology students wont understand
    • GRAMMER-correct use of words
    • RATE OF SPEECH-talking too fast or slow
    • INFLECTION-pitch or tone in voice
    • FORCE-emphasis on key words
  17. STATE AND DISCUSS THE IMPORTANCE OF BODY MOVEMENT AS AN IMPORTANT PART OF COMMUNICATION
    IT REINFORCES, EMPHASISES AND CLARIFIES VERBALLY EXPRESSED IDEAS
  18. STATE AND DISCUSS THE FOUR PURPOSES OF ORAL QUESTIONING

    FADE
    • FOCUS-the attention on particular are of subject matter
    • AROUSE-the interest on subject matter
    • DRILLS-on subjects the should know precisly (safety)
    • ESTABLISH-the level of instruction
  19. STATE AND DISCUSS THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD ORAL QUESTION

    LUC
    • LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION-simple words and grammer so all students understand
    • USE OF INTERROGATIVE-use so students know a question is being asked
    • CLARITY OF MEANING-question conveys true and intended meaning
  20. DISCUSS THE TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND THEIR PURPOSES

    LIFT MY C
    • MULTIPLE ANSWER
    • YES/NO
    • CANVASSING
    • LEADING QUESTION
    • INTEREST AROUSING
    • FACTUAL QUESTION
    • THOUGHT PROVOKING
  21. STATE THE STEPS OF THE FIVE STEP QUESTIONING TECHINIQUE

    APPLE
    • ASK
    • PAUSE
    • PICK
    • LISTEN
    • EMPHASIZE
  22. LIST AND DISCUSS THE DIFFERENT INSTUCTIONAL METHODS

    LLL DD RC
    • LECTURE
    • LECTURE WITH AUDIOVISUALS
    • LESSON
    • DEMONSTRATION
    • ROLE-PLAYING
    • CASE STUDY
    • DISCUSSION
  23. STATE AND DISCUSS THE TREE PARTS OF A LEARNING OBJECTIVE
    • BEHAVIOR-describes what the learner should be able to do (action)
    • CONDITION-defines aiding and limiting factors (performance)
    • STANDARDS-student performance criteria (output)
  24. DISCUSS THE TWO METHODS OF TESTING AND THEIR IMPORTANCE
    • KNOWLEDGE-measure the achievement of objectives through use of written test items.
    • PERFORMANCE-measure the skill acquistion by demonstrating specific behaviors defined by learning objectives
  25. EXPLAIN THE FIVE LEARNING LEVELS A KNOWLEDGE TEST ITEM MAY TEST

    RACRA
    • RECOGNITION-pick correct answer from two options
    • RECALL-verbatim remembering of terms
    • COMPREHENSIVE-understanding the info, not just memorizing
    • APPLICATION-ability to use knowledge on the job
    • ANALYSIS/EVALUATION-judgment of value of effectivness
  26. DISCUSS THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PERFORMANCE TESTS
    • PROCESS- grading on step by step procedures
    • PRODUCT- grading on end results
  27. LIST AND DISCUSS THE PRIMARY MATERIALS USED IN PRESENTING INSTRUCTION
    • LESSON PLANS
    • INSTRUCTIONAL SHEETS
    • INSTUCTIONAL MEDIA MATERIAL
  28. STATE THE PURPOSE OF USING INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA MATERIALS

    W RIM
    • INCREASE STUDENT UNDERSTANDING
    • INCREASE STUDENT INTEREST & MOTIVATION
    • INCREASE STUDENT RETENTION
    • INCREASE UNIFORMITY OF TRAINING

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