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Chapter_14_Demonstration_Verbal_Instruction_Moodle(2)

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/4/11 Demonstration and Verbal Instruction
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 2/4/11 Role of Instruction Instructions serve two primary goals Introduce a learner to a skill Communicate a general idea of goal or strategy Once skill is introduced, skill refinement is the  goal Develop the learners skill level
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 2/4/11 Instruction Effective methods of providing instructions Effective methods to help a person to learn motor  skills depends The skill level The instructional goals Depends on Task goal Environment
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 2/4/11 Demonstration Demonstration  (Modeling/Observational learning) Instructional strategy that encourages  observational learning “A picture is worth a thousand words” The learner acquires the capability for action by  observing others Demonstrated “live” by others Demonstrated through visual aids
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 2/4/11 Demonstration When should we use demonstration as an  instructional strategy instead of some other  means of providing information about how to  perform a skill? What does the observer perceive from a  demonstration The invariant features of the coordinated  movement pattern Supported by two types of research
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 2/4/11 Demonstration When is demonstration most effective It has been shown that demonstration leads to   better skill learning than other instruction forms  when The skill being learned requires the acquisition of a new  pattern of coordination
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 2/4/11 Demonstration
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