Friday, July 27, 2012

LET Tips: Information Processing Theory

1. Teacher Max wanted his students to be able to retain each day's lesson. Which of the following will least contribute to this?
A. Grouping ideas
B. Detailed notes
C. Providing hand outs
D. Mnemonic devices

2. Which is the first important step for the information to be processed?
A. Rehearsal
B. Sensory Register
C. Attention
D. Organization

3. Teacher Xena believes that in order to make her students learn effectively, the knowledge about short and long term memory is important. She adheres to which theory?
A. Information Processing
B. Operant Conditioning
C. Subsumption
D. Connectionism

4. Teacher Betty applies her knowledge on information processing among her learners. She can be considered as a/an,
A. Idealist
B. Behaviorist
C. Constructivist
D. Cognitivist

5. Learners can hold 3 to 7 chunks of information in the short term memory, what does this imply?
A. It is important to gain the learners' attention.
B. Teach the students to note important ideas.
C. Repeat and rehearse the information.
D. Play memory games.

Answer Key: 1. B; 2. C; 3. A; 4. D; 5. B

1 comment:

  1. I am not into teaching thing, but your blog seems interesting...