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Teaching Strategies By Age Group
You'll need to correctly answer at least 6 of the 8 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Which of the following is NOT considered a style of processing information?
Question #2: Appropriate physical-skill activities for preschoolers (ages 4-6) INCLUDE:
Question #3: At times, the attitudes of adolescents may appear less than respectful of adults. The BEST way an instructor can handle such a situation is to:
Question #4: When instructing children it is important to consider the language used by an instructor. Which of the following choices depicts the BEST phrase to use with an elementary school-aged child (ages 7-12)?
Question #5: Your student tells you that she is an “auditory learner.” What are the BEST strategies for helping this student learn?
Question #6: As an instructor, you would like to motivate your elementary-aged students (ages 7-12) to do their best to apply their martial arts knowledge. The BEST way to motivate children in this age group is to:
Question #7: The instructor would like to help his/her adult students remember key vocabulary words related to the martial arts. What is the MOST EFFECTIVE way to help the students remember the information?
Question #8: In a class full of pre-teens (10-12 years old) the instructor will notice that: