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How Students Learn
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: During the beginning stage of learning, the instructor SHOULD:

a. Provide cue words that focus the students attention on the skill.
b. Provide conditions designed to test the students under competitive situations.
c. Provide students with the opportunity for practice.
d. Provide a skill demonstration with a brief explanation.
Question #2: The advanced stage of learning is characterized by:

I. A fluid movement pattern.
II. Little variability in the movement pattern.
III. Little time spent on consciously attending to the basic skill.
IV. Intense concentration on the basic skill.
Question #3: Which of the following statements are TRUE about the stages of learning?

I. At the beginning stage of learning, the instructor must help students "figure out" how to perform the skill.
II. At the intermediate stage of learning, the instructor must help students refine their skills.
III. At the advanced stage of learning, the instructor must assist the student by helping him/her develop a consistent skill pattern.
IV. At all stages of learning, the instructor must provide many opportunities for practice.
Question #4: Skill explanations and demonstrations should be composed of the following:

I. A demonstration that is observed from one angle.
II. Cue words provided by the instructor related to the skill.
III. Several demonstrations of the skill.
IV. A verbal reminder by the instructor of similar skills already learned.
Question #5: The use of a highly-skilled student for demonstrating skills may:

I. Give the students a good idea of what the skill should look like.
II. Establish instructor credibility.
III. Give students a model that is similar to themselves.
IV. Help students believe that they can achieve the skill.
Question #6: A skill should be broken down into small parts when:

I. The students are not motivated.
II. The students are not getting it.
III. The students are not very skilled.
IV. The skill is complex.
Question #7: The choice of class format is dependent on:

I. Skill level(s) of the students.
II. Motivation level of students.
III. Ability of the students to work independently.
IV. The skills that the instructor wants to cover.
Question #8: Examples of skills that may be positively transferred are:

I. A stationary side kick to a stepping side kick.
II. A front kick to a jumping front kick.
III. A side kick to a spinning back hook kick.
IV. A side kick to a front kick.