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Welcome to Education 101 Unit 3 Discussion:

Welcome to Education 101 Unit 3 Discussion Melissa Miller

Agenda:

Agenda The Modality Principle The Redundancy Principle

The Modality Principle in Action:

The Modality Principle in Action See text page 99 (Chapter 5) Present words as audio narration, not on-screen text Am I reading directly to you word-for-word? Why? No overload!

What is Wrong With This Slide?:

What is Wrong With This Slide? In what way am I violating the Modality Principle ? There is text on the screen and I am reading it to you, am I not? Can anyone determine what I am doing incorrectly? For those of you who are looking for a page number guideline, look no further than page 100 in your text book!

What is Wrong With This Slide?:

What is Wrong With This Slide? The Modality Principle

The Redundancy Principle The Redundancy Principle:

The Redundancy Principle The Redundancy Principle Choose one: text or audio to explain the visual “Learners pay so much attention to the printed words that they pay less attention to the accompanying graphics” (Clark & Mayer, 2008, p. 119) Learning Styles Hypothesis (text p. 121)

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Analyze this Slide AUDIO RECORDING: Reading aloud to your child every day is an important skill for building literacy. When we read to our children, we model correct usage, encourage fluency and comprehension, and instill a love of learning. Read Alouds should be done daily, and the book should be of interest to both the child and the reader. Read Alouds: Should be done daily Foster a love of learning Model correct usage Encourage fluency and comprehension Should be of interest to both the reader and the child

References:

References Clark R. C., & Mayer, R. E. (2008). E-learning and the science of instruction . San Francisco, California : Pfeiffer.

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