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Gagne Trivia

  1. 1. Gagne’s Nine Events Trivia ENTER
  2. 2. Here are Gagne’s Nine Events! Click to learn about each event. Ask the learner to perform the task. Inform reader of the things they will soon learn. Associate new information with prior knowledge and expertise. The content is presented, in its’ entirety to the learner. Give the learner practice opportunity. Use creative methods to capture the learner’s attention. Inform the learner of their performance level. Give the learner an evaluation of the materials. Use real world context to enhance transfer to natural environment. gain attention inform learner of objectives stimulate prior learning present content provide learning guidance elicit performance provide feedback assess performance enhance retention and transfer
  3. 3. Gagne’s Nine Events Trivia Game <ul><li>How To Play: </li></ul><ul><li>The left column has the events in the correct order. </li></ul><ul><li>Clues, examples, etc. of a given event will be presented in list form, scattered out of order on the right column. </li></ul><ul><li>These clues are capable of being moved around. (click and drag) </li></ul><ul><li>The user will order the list of items (9) and drag each clue to the appropriate event. </li></ul><ul><li>The incorrect ones will receive immediate feedback that they will not stick, but bounce back to the bottom. </li></ul><ul><li>The game can be refreshed and new examples, items, etc. will be given for a new game. </li></ul><ul><li>Difficulty level is based on the type of clue, example, etc. given and time. </li></ul><ul><li>The game is scored based on incorrect matches and time. </li></ul>I’M READY TO PLAY
  4. 4. Inform of Objectives Stimulate Recall Present Content Provide Guidance Elicit Performance Feedback Enhance Retention Gain Attention Assess Performance Fast facts and alarming statistics regarding writing checks. List of the five steps to be covered in order to write a check. Present an old version of the check. Give the students a mnemonic device for remembering what goes in each slot. Give the learner three types of checks and have them complete them all. Point out the areas that are completed incorrectly. Ask the student to write a check. Show the student where the signature should go and show them how to sign. Steps one through five in writing a check. Match the nine events with appropriate examples. Go! Timer 2:00 I’M DONE
  5. 5. Inform of Objectives Stimulate Recall Present Content Provide Guidance Elicit Performance Feedback Assess Performance Enhance Retention Gain Attention Gagne’s Nine Events Trivia Game Check Your Answers Fast facts and alarming statistics regarding writing checks. List of the five steps to be covered in order to write a check. Present an old version of the check. Give the students a mnemonic device for remembering what goes in each slot. Give the learner three types of checks and have them complete them all. Point out the areas that are completed incorrectly. Ask the student to write a check. Show the student where the signature should go and show them how to sign. Steps one through five in writing a check. PLAY AGAIN

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