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  • 1. Motivating Learners: a systematic approach using the ARCS Model Chris Jim Cathy Susan
  • 2. John Kellers ARCS model
    • A ttention
  • 3. John Kellers ARCS model
    • R elevance
  • 4. John Kellers ARCS model
    • C onfidence
  • 5. John Kellers ARCS model
    • S atisfaction
  • 6. Relationship of Learning Components
  • 7. Learning Framework
  • 8. Competency Based Learning
    • The purpose of teaching is to bring about a desire change in the learners behavior .
    • Teaching should make a student different in terms of what he can do or accomplish.
    • This change is normally brought about by the instructor employing a teaching strategy to accomplish his objectives.
    • Different tasks call for different methods and techniques
    • It also depend on the nature of the task, the nature of the learning objectives that are to be realized and the ability, aptitude, pre-knowledge and age of the students.
  • 9. STRUCTURAL APPROACH
    • The structural approach has considerable advantages.
    • It enables a teacher to:
      • Select appropriate teaching tactics, depending on the classes of structure involved in the task.
      • Demonstrate the relationship between different classes of structure.
      • Increase his students depth of understanding by using the innate structure of the task as a vehicle for presenting facts and incorporating additional facts into the students repertoire.
      • Present the information in such a way that it is more likely to be remembered.
    • It enables students to:
      • Select appropriate learning tactics, depending on the classic structure involved in the task.
      • Perceive the relationship between different classes learning objective and different classes of structure.
      • Increase his depth of understanding by using the innate structure of the task as a vehicle for learning facts and incorporating additional facts into his repertoire.
      • Remember the information once it has been taught.
  • 10. Teaching Strategies
    • Broad methods of instruction that includes:
    • Lecture strategies
    • Tutorial strategies
    • Lesson strategies
    • Case study strategies
    • Teaching Tactics (Methods)
    • More detailed aspects of instruction
        • Same tactics can occur in every teaching strategy
  • 11. Bruners Definition of Teaching
    • Defines teaching as:
    • Ability to simplify the presentation of information
    • Generate new propositions
    • Increase the actual manipulability of the material involved
  • 12. TYPE OF LEARNING STRUCTURE
    • These include:
    • Signal structures
    • Chain structures
    • Multiple-discrimination structures
    • Concept structures
    • Principle structures
  • 13. MATRIX ANALYSIS
    • Developed by, Thomas, Davis, Openshaw, and Bird (1963)
    • Matrix analysis involves:
    • Relationship of association
    • Relationship of discrimination
  • 14. Works Cited
    • http://holdregespanish.wordpress.com/2009/04/09/attention/
    • http://rickhill.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/relevance.jpg
    • http://www.winggirlmethod.com/images/confidence.gif
    • http://www.arcsmodel.com/Mot%20dsgn%20A%20model.htm
    • http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw04/papers/refereed/lund/ARCS.gif
    • Dick, W., Carey L., Carey J. O. (2009). The Systematic Design of Instruction . 7th edition