Chapter 10—Applying the Segmenting and Pretraining Principles: Managing Complexity by Breaking a Lesson into Parts (pages 204–220)
Complete the polls below, then read the chapter. Write your response by Thursday. Reply to at least 2 people’s posts. at least 3 that seem interesting, provocative, that you agree with, or otherwise wish to acknowledge. At least one of your responses should be written after Thursday when everyone has had a chance to post. Ideally, you’ll participate on at least three different days.
###A chapter in a book outlines and highlights the key terms/concepts of the chapter by including a section at the beginning of the chapter. This is an example of the __________________________.
- Segmenting Principle
- Redundancy Principle
- Pretraining Principle
###There are several instances of intense training sessions (yoga teacher training) when a learner is trained in intense weeklong sessions or the training is broken up over a longer period of time in shorter training sessions. The latter is an example of the _____________________ Principle.
What to Look for
- Complete above polls prior (ideally) to reading the chapter.
- Briefly define the segmenting and pretraining principles in your own words and give an example of when each of these principles are best implemented.
- Also, briefly discuss whether your assumption of the principles prior to reading the chapter were correct/incorrect.