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True or False: The purpose of the navy Training System is to ensure a systematic approach for determining what to train and how best to accomplish that training.

True

2

Personality is defined as the pattern of collective character, behavioral, temperamental, ____________ of an individual.

Emotional and mental traits

3

Which principle in the motivation theory of the John Keller's ARCS Model suggests that instructors can guide learners by helping them set challenging but achievable goals?

Confidence

4

Of the six laws of learning, which of the following involves the emotional reaction of the learner?

Effect

5

Provides going evaluation of training or training materials to ensure continued effectiveness and currency

Surveillance

6

A modification of training material that DOES NOT affect course mission, its objective, change course length by one or more days, or require additional resources.

Change

7

Use to correct editorial and typographical errors, teachability, safety, or urgent type commander-issued subjects.

Interim change

8

Which of the following laws of learning states that students that have strong purpose, a clear objective, and sound reason for learning, usually make more progress than students who lack motivation?

Readiness

9

Learning begins early in people's lives and lasts throughout their lifetime.

Imitation

10

Learning occurs by applying past learning to new but somewhat similar situations.

Transfer

11

Learning occurs when the learner suddenly grasps the way elements of a problem situation are connected.

Insight

12

This learning is referred to as discovery learning.

Trial and Error

13

Learning occurs when you compare a past learning to a new learning situation.

Association

14

Of the barriers to effective communication, which of following states that you should speak in concrete terms and be specific to avoid confusion.

Overuse of abstractions

15

Learns best by imitation after watching others take part in role-play and simulations.

Concrete

16

Learns best from lectures by experts, theoretical reading, case studies, and activities that require solitary thinking.

Abstract

17

Learns best from lectures, films, and reading.

Reflective

18

Learns best from group discussions, structured exercises, and problem-solving approaches.

Active

19

The _____ is the method you choose to deliver the message. This includes spoken or written words, pictures or other visual aids, computer-based lessons or television.

Delivery vehicle

20

The identification and removal of barriers and __________ are two principals that must be understood in order to communicate effectively.

The communication process

21

Prefer and enjoy graphic illustrations, color coding, maps, written materials to define new concepts, wall charts, drawings and designs, and sitting up close during briefs.

Visual

22

Prefer movement, hands-on experience, gestures while making points and role play exercises over discussion groups, shaking hands and frequent breaks.

Kinesthetic

23

Prefer a verbal presentation of new information, a lecture, a group discussion to hear other points of view.

Auditory

24

True or False: Facial expressions reveal much of what is happening in the mind of a student?

True

25

True or False: Movement attracts the attention of the listener because the eye instinctively follows moving objects and focuses on them.

True

26

What is the primary purpose of oral questioning?

Stimulate students to think

27

True or False: Voluntary Training is a formal high-risk training that's identified by a special course indicator code "A" or "D" in CeTARS.

True

28

Knowledge tests measure achievement of the _____ through the use of test items written at the appropriate learning level.

Objectives