anderson gagnes nine events of instruction

Program Development organized based upon Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction. Event of Lesson Example Rationale Instruction 1. Gaining The use of multimedia grabs the audience's Attention attention. Videos 1 & 2 How Pythagorean Theorem can benefit you. Asking questions in the beginning creates an Show examp
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  Program Development organized based upon Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction. Event of Instruction   Lesson Example   Rationale   1. Gaining  Attention   Videos 1 & 2 How Pythagorean Theorem can benefit you.   Show examples of kids using theorem   Slide 1.2 & 1.3   The use of multimedia grabs the audience's attention.    Asking questions in the beginning creates an interactive atmosphere.   2. Informing the Learner of the Objective   Main Menu screen used as a guide to other main screens. Slide 1.4 Making learners aware of what to expect allows them to prepare to receive information.   3. Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning   Student uses prior knowledge to identify type of triangle and the right angle.   Slide 1.7, Slide 1.8   Student recall knowledge from parts of triangle and it’s linked to new knowledge about the Pythagorean Theorem.   Slide 1.4   When learning something new, accessing prior knowledge is a major factor in the process of acquiring new information.    4. Presenting the Stimulus   Student learns to name the sides of the right angle triangle. Slide 1.9 The goal is information acquisition, therefore, the stimulus employed is the learning content.   5. Providing Learner Guidance   This screen provides the user with an opportunity to test understanding of the main parts of triangle Slide 1.10   This screen demonstrates two examples of using Pythagorean Theorem.   Slide 1.15   Learners are allowed to try labelling the triangle. The learning process is facilitated by giving hints and cues to be dragged and dropped to the correct side. Since the audience are students with some basic level of math skills it is easy to follow and understand, guidance is minimal.   Solving problems using Pythagorean Theorem is demonstrated.   6. Eliciting Performance   Student asked to solve problem for missing side using Pythagoras Theorem.   Slide 1.17   Requiring the learner to produce based on what has been taught enables the learner to confirm their learning.   7. Giving Feedback   The program gives immediate feedback to learners after eliciting responses.   Slide 1.10 - Correct Layer & Incorrect Layer    Slide 1.17 - Correct Layer & Incorrect Layer    Regular feedback enhances learning.   8. Assessing Performance   Practice Activity assessed Slide 1.10 & 1.17   Independent practice forces students to use what they learned and apply it. Assessing such gives instructors a means of testing student learning outcomes.    9. Enhancing Retention and Transfer    Student is shown application of Pythagoras Theorem in real-life situations and asked to identify similar uses in their own environment.   Slide 1.2 & 1.3    Applying learning in real-life situations is a step towards Mastery Learning.  
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