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Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
Gagne\'s 9 Events of Instruction
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  • Set Induction recommendations: Role-play an argument between colleagues Show a video about a conversation gone very bad – preferably one from a popular movie or TV series.
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    • 1. Gagne’s 9 Instructional Events
    • 2. Gain Attention
    • 3. Inform Learners of the Objectives
    • 4. Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning
    • 5. Present the Stimulus
    • 6. Provide Learner Guidance
    • 7. Elicit Student Performance
    • 8. Provide Feedback
    • 9. Assess Performance
    • 10. Enhance Retention And Transfer
    • 11. “ Recognising an Equilateral Triangle” <ul><li>Gain attention – show variety of computer-generated triangles </li></ul><ul><li>Identify objective – pose question, “What is an equilateral triangle?” </li></ul><ul><li>Recall prior learning – review definitions of triangles </li></ul><ul><li>Present stimulus – give definition of equilateral triangle </li></ul>
    • 12. “ Recognising an Equilateral Triangle” <ul><li>Guide learning – show example of how to create equilateral </li></ul><ul><li>Elicit performance – ask students to create 5 different examples </li></ul><ul><li>Provide feedback – check all examples as correct/incorrect </li></ul><ul><li>Assess performance – provide scores and remediation </li></ul><ul><li>Enhance Retention / Transfer – show pictures of objects and ask studens to identify equilaterals </li></ul>

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