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Instructor Planning

Preparing to teach and preparing students to learn.

2

Training aid selection

Choosing appropriate training aids for the information to be taught.

3

Class continuity

Tying each individual lesson plan together.

4

Course consistency

Presenting information that conforms to other information, standards, and accepted practices.

5

5 Benefits of Organiztion

-Increased instructor credibility
-Improved efficiency of classroom presentation
-More effective use of time, talent, and materials
-Reduced stress on the instructor
-Meeting legal requirements for record keeping.

6

7 steps of Session Preparation

- Read the lesson objectives
- Review the lesson plan
- Check what equipment is needed
- Locate the required equipment
- Determine what skills must be taught
- Review required lesson audiovisuals
- Check documentation requirements

7

Some amount of discontinuity occurs:

every time a different instructor teaches.

8

Which of the following would BEST help an instructor recognize any points where adjustments need to be made in a presentation?

Practicing the presentation

9

Which of the following statements about training materials is MOST accurate?

Products should be identical to the types used in everyday and emergency activities.

10

Which of the following should an instructor consider when selecting a training aid?

Class size

11

Which of the following statements about weather variations is MOST accurate?

Do NOT expect students to learn skills effectively in any extreme weather conditions.

12

Which of the following statements about purchasing training aids is MOST accurate?

The benefit of the training aid to the student and instructor must be greater than the purchase cost.

13

Which of the following statements about training aids is MOST accurate?

The same training aids should be used throughout the course and for skills evaluation.

14

When the content of the lesson is unfamiliar to students, training aids should:

allow the instructor to proceed at a slower pace.

15

Which of the following is a benefit of good organizational skills?

Meeting legal requirements for record keeping

16

When should students wear personal protective equipment (PPE) in training?

When instructors or standards require that students wear PPE on the fireground

17

To address differences in learning styles, students should be exposed to the material in a manner that enables them to learn through:

their preferred learning styles.

18

How should an instructor determine what material must be addressed and what time frame is required?

Use an organization's standard lesson plan

19

When two instructors disagree on a particular fact, they should:

resolve it in a planning meeting, not in front of students.

20

Who is responsible for ensuring that all materials and equipment needed are determined and arranged for before the beginning of class?

Instructor

21

A lead course instructor should maintain continuity by:

meeting with the substitute instructor to prepare.

22

When the recommended training aid is NOT available, instructors:

need to be able to adapt and select alternative training aids.

23

Which of the following should an instructor do to prepare for a new topic?

Ensure he or she can perform the skills associated with topic

24

The primary responsibility of instructors and students who are engaged in training exercises is:

safety.

25

Which of the following is a potential event instructors should always anticipate to ensure continuity?

Instructional resource variations

26

Which of the following would be the BEST solution for an instructor who has students with a remedial knowledge level?

Spend more time on review or practice

27

Which of the following would be the FIRST step in assembling equipment and materials for a class?

Check for missing items.

28

Which of the following would be the BEST solution for an instructor who has students with an advanced knowledge level?

Preview the next lesson and involve students in discussions