How to tie your shoes Allison Chandler AET 541
Tie me! 3 1 2 5 Pre-training Stage with Key terms ** Hover your mouse over the speaker near your animated shoe guide for t...
Tongue Straightening the Tongue ** Remember you can go at your own speed
Pulling the laces
The Initial Knot
A loop is when you take a little bit of the lace and pinch the center to make an oval shape. Keep pinching! Loops
Finishing the tying phase
Congratulations! This is the finished product!
What is the term called when the user pinches the shoelaces to create an oval-like shape with a single shoelace in one han...
Evaluation Date:  Instructor can give input: What improvements to the lesson could be made to enhance your learning? On a ...
End Exit Back to the beginning
Sorry, but you are incorrect. The aglet is the metal or plastic piece at both ends of the single shoelace string. It is wh...
Sorry, but you are incorrect. The stitching is the cross-hatching pattern that the shoelaces make on the shoe to fit the c...
Sorry, but you are incorrect. The tongue is the piece of material that is under the stitching of the laces. The user is ad...
You are correct! The action of pinching the shoelaces to create an oval-shape in one hand is called  LOOPING! I think you ...
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  1. 1. How to tie your shoes Allison Chandler AET 541
  2. 2. Tie me! 3 1 2 5 Pre-training Stage with Key terms ** Hover your mouse over the speaker near your animated shoe guide for the audio. 4 Stitching Technique of cross- ing laces to tighten shoes Eyelets Holes where laces go through to secure shoe Tongue Piece of material under the stitching of laces on the shoe Aglets Single piece at ends of laces Laces Single piece of string used to tie shoes
  3. 3. Tongue Straightening the Tongue ** Remember you can go at your own speed
  4. 4. Pulling the laces
  5. 5. The Initial Knot
  6. 6. A loop is when you take a little bit of the lace and pinch the center to make an oval shape. Keep pinching! Loops
  7. 7. Finishing the tying phase
  8. 8. Congratulations! This is the finished product!
  9. 9. What is the term called when the user pinches the shoelaces to create an oval-like shape with a single shoelace in one hand? Aglet Stitching Tongue Loop Review!!! A B C D
  10. 10. Evaluation Date: Instructor can give input: What improvements to the lesson could be made to enhance your learning? On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best, what would you rate this e-learning lesson? Did the lesson fit your learning style needs? Where the steps segmented in a way where you could understand? What did you think of the text in the lesson? What did you think of the animation of the lesson? What did you think of the audio of the lesson? What did you think of the graphics of the lesson on tying your shoes? Name:
  11. 11. End Exit Back to the beginning
  12. 12. Sorry, but you are incorrect. The aglet is the metal or plastic piece at both ends of the single shoelace string. It is what helps the lace get properly placed in the eyelets of the shoe. Try again! Back to Question
  13. 13. Sorry, but you are incorrect. The stitching is the cross-hatching pattern that the shoelaces make on the shoe to fit the comfort of the shoe-wearer. Try again! Back to Question
  14. 14. Sorry, but you are incorrect. The tongue is the piece of material that is under the stitching of the laces. The user is advised to pull at the tongue before performing the act of tying the shoelaces to fit the comfort of the shoe-wearer. Try again! Back to Question
  15. 15. You are correct! The action of pinching the shoelaces to create an oval-shape in one hand is called LOOPING! I think you can tie your own shoes with great success!

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