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Instructor 1-50

1. For a student, the willingness to learn comes from the law of?

a) primacy
b) recency
c) willingness
d) readiness
2. Which factor is narrowing the students’ perceptual field?

a) element of threat
b) physical organism
c) time
d) basic need
3. The law of exercise states that learning is achieved through?

a) insight and transfer
b) understanding and application
c) practice and drill
d) correlation and performance
4. When a student makes excuses to justify inadequate performance, he/she is?

a) intellectualizing
b) rationalizing
c) escaping
d) resigning
5. What is the maximum learning effect?

a) two times repetition
b) three times repetition
c) six times repetition
d) five times repetition
6. What are the different levels of learning?

a) rote, correlation, understanding, application
b) rote, application, understanding, correlation
c) rote, understanding, application, correlation
d) rote, understanding, correlation, application
7. Evoking students insight is one of the instructors responsibilities, this involves the?

a) ability of a student to master the rote performance of a task that has been learned
b) analysis of the student by the instructor
c) grouping of perception into meaningful wholes
d) student’s grasp of principles as they are taught
8. Which statement is true about lesson plan?

a) states Lesson objectives, procedures and goals to be attained
b) introduces new facts, principles, procedures or skills related to a previous lesson.
c) states supplies, materials and equipment to be used
d) essential for evaluation of student goals
9. What is the first consideration in planning any instructional activity?

a) determine aptitudes of the students
b) determine overall objectives and standards
c) determine goals and standards
d) determine characters of individual students
10. What is the second step in planning an instructional activity?

a) develop lesson plans for each period
b) identify Blocks of learning
c) develop a training syllabus
d) determine goals and content of syllabus
11. A student who is frustrated so that he/she does not think that it’s possible to work further will display with defense mechanism?

a) resignation
b) avoidance
c) aggression
d) rationalization
12. What are the different teaching steps?

a) planning, presentation, application, review and evaluation
b) preparation, presentation, application, review and evaluation
c) planning, presentation, application, review and testing
d) preparation, application, presentation, review and evaluation
13. An instructor’s words cannot communicate meaning to students unless?

a) the students understand the words used and subject matter
b) the students are willing, ready, cooperative and receptive to the words that the instructor is using
c) the students have a firm grasp of the objects/concepts to which these words refer
d) the students have had some experience with the objects/concepts to which these words refer.+
14. On the progress pattern graph, what is the typical progress?

a) learning plateau
b) learning level off
c) learning reverse
d) learning gradient
15. Which affirmation his FALSE regarding the training Syllabus?

a) The form of the syllabus may vary, but it is always in the form of an abstract or digest of course training
b) It consist of the blocks of learning to be completed in most efficient order
c) Any practical training syllabus must be inflexible and should be used primarily as a guide.
d) Compliance with the appropriate approved syllabus is a condition for graduation from such courses
16. A change in behavior as a result of experience can be defined as

a) learning.
b) understanding.
c) knowledge.
17. While learning the material being taught, students may be learning other things as well. This additional learning is called

a) conceptual.
b) incidental.
c) residual.
18. Individuals make more progress learning if they have a clear objective. This is one feature of the principle of

a) primacy.
b) readiness.
c) willingness.
19. Things most often repeated are best remembered because of which principle of learning?

a) Principle of effect.
b) Principle of recency.
c) Principle of exercise.
20. Providing opportunities for a student to practice and then directing this process towards a goal is the basis of the principle of

a) readiness.
b) learning.
c) exercise.
21. The principle that is based on the emotional reaction of the learner is the principle of

a) primacy.
b) effect.
c) intensity.
22. Which principle of learning often creates a strong impression?

a) Principle of primacy.
b) Principle of intensity.
c) Principle of readiness
23. Which principle of learning implies that a student will learn more from the real thing than from a substitute?

a) Principle of effect.
b) Principle of intensity.
c) Principle of primacy.
24. Which principle of learning often determines the sequence of lectures within a course of instruction?

a) Principle of recency.
b) Principle of intensity.
c) Principle of primacy.
25. What is the basis of all learning?

a) Perception.
b) Motivation.
c) Positive self-concept.
26. Perceptions result when a person

a) is able to discern items of useful information.
b) gives meaning to sensations being experienced.
c) responds to visual cues first, then aural cues, and relates these cues to ones previously learned.
27. A basic need that affects all of a person’s perceptions is the need to

a) avoid areas that pose a threat to success.
b) maintain and enhance the organized self.
c) accomplish a higher level of satisfaction.
28. Which factor affecting perception has a great influence on the total perceptual process?

a) Self-concept.
b) Goals and values.
c) Time and opportunity.
29. Which factor affecting perceptions is based on the effectiveness of the use of a properly planned training syllabus?

a) Goals and values.
b) Time and opportunity.
c) Basic need.
30. In the learning process, fear or the element of threat will

a) decrease the rate of associative reactions.
b) cause a student to focus on several areas of perception.
c) narrow the student’s perceptual field.
31. Which is one of the ways in which anxiety will affect a student?

a) Anxiety may limit the student’s ability to learn from perceptions.
b) Anxiety will speed up the learning process for the student if properly controlled and directed by the instructor.
c) Anxiety causes dispersal of the student’s attention over such a wide range of matters as to interfere with normal reactions.
32. The mental grouping of affiliated perceptions is called

a) conceptualization.
b) insights.
c) association.
33. Insights, as applied to learning, involve a person’s

a) ability to recognize the reason for learning a procedure.
b) grouping of associated perceptions into meaningful wholes.
c) association of learning with change.
34. Instruction, as opposed to the trial and error method of learning, is desirable because competent instruction speeds the learning process by

a) emphasizing only the important points of training.
b) teaching the relationship of perceptions as they occur.
c) motivating the student to a better performance.
35. Name one way an instructor can help develop student insights.

a) Point out various items to avoid during the learning process.
b) Keep learning blocks small so they are easier to understand.
c) Provide a secure and nonthreatening environment in which to learn.
36. Which memory system processes input from the environment?

a) Sensory register.
b) Long-term.
c) Working.
37. The use of some type of association, such as rhymes or mnemonics is best suited to which memory system?

a) Short-term.
b) Long-term.
c) Sensory.
38. How can recoding be described?

a) The relating of incoming information to concepts or knowledge already in memory.
b) The initial storage of information in short-term memory.
c) The selective process where the sensory register is set to recognize certain stimuli.
39. Where is information for future use stored?

a) Short-term memory.
b) Long-term memory.
c) Sensory register.
40. When a person has difficulty recalling facts after several years, this is known as

a) repression.
b) disuse.
c) poor retention.
41. When the learning of similar things overshadows other learning experiences, it is called

a) interference.
b) suppression.
c) correlation.
42. According to one theory, some forgetting is due to the practice of submerging an unpleasant experience into the subconscious. This is called

a) blanking.
b) repression.
c) immersion.
43. Responses that produce a pleasurable return are called

a) prais e.
b) positive feedback.
c) reward.
44. The performance of rectangular patterns helps a student fly traffic patterns. What type transfer of learning is this?

a) Positive.
b) Lateral.
c) Deliberate.
45. Which transfer of learning occurs when the performance of a maneuver interferes with the learning of another maneuver?

a) Positive.
b) Adverse.
c) Negative.
46. To ensure proper habits and correct techniques during training, an instructor should

a) use the building block technique of instruction.
b) introduce challenging material to continually motivate the student..
c) repeat subject matter the student has already learned
47. What level of knowledge is being tested if asked, “What is the maneuvering speed of the aircraft listed in the owner’s manual?”

a) Understanding..
b) Rote.
c) Application
48. During the flight portion of a practical test, the examiner simulates complete loss of engine power by closing the throttle and announcing “simulated engine failure.” What level of learning is being tested?

a) Application.
b) Understanding.
c) Correlation
49. At which level of learning do most instructors stop teaching?

a) Application.
b) Understanding.
c) Correlation
50. When asking a student to explain how gross weight affects maneuvering speed, what level of learning is being tested?

a) Correlation.
b) Understanding
c) Application
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