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Instructional aids

Instructional Aids

USSF Referee Instructor Course

ITIP

United States Soccer Federation


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Instructional Aids

Lesson Set

Can you imagine learning to drive and getting your license without ever sitting behind the wheel of a car?

When you try to teach lessons without the use of instructional aids, it's like teaching someone to drive without a car.


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Lesson Objective

You will apply the principles of instructional aids to design and create instructional aids (without the use of power point slides) for your first in-class micro-teaching presentation and successfully present it to the class.


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Instructional Aids

Things to Consider

  • Objective / Topic

  • Audience

  • Importance of presentation

    • How much expense?

    • How long to set up?

    • How long to last?

    • Time for preparation?

    • How elaborate?


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Instructional Aids

Equipment / Materials

  • Laptop computer and projector

  • DVD videos

  • Flipcharts or posters

  • Chalkboard/Dry-erase board

  • Handouts

  • Props or models


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Laptop & Projector

  • PPTs can be made by Instructor

  • Changes made easily

  • Can be copied and shared

  • Can be viewed by large audience

  • Instructor adjusts the pace of presentation

  • Should be tested prior to the class

  • Video clips can be added


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DVD Videos

  • Can bring reality into classroom

  • Pre-teach material

    • Tell students what to look for

    • Verify that objectives were met

  • DVD players widely available

  • Easy to gather and edit footage

  • Don’t have students taking notes during presentation

  • Stop video to emphasize points


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Instructional Aids

Flipcharts or Posters

  • Can be made by instructor prior to lesson

  • Instructor remains in front of class with lights on

  • Blank sheets can be written on

  • Highly versatile

  • Color can lend emphasis

  • Great for small group work

  • Good for listing items, brainstorming or review


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Instructional Aids

Chalk or Dry-erase Boards

  • Highly versatile - spontaneity maintained

  • Teacher remains in front of class with lights on

  • Color can lend emphasis

  • Reusable/Erasable

  • Good for listing items or review

  • No special training required for use, but some techniques can be helpful...


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Instructional Aids

Chalk or Dry-erase Boards

  • Start with a clean board

  • Write clearly, large and legible

  • Don’t try to create a work of art

  • Leave info on board as long as practical

  • Talk to the class, not the board


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Instructional Aids

Handouts

  • Make sure content is relevant to objectives

  • Good for review and study aids

    • Outlines- Agendas

    • Checklists- Preprinted notes

    • Assignments- Copies of visual aids

  • Distribution can distract from lesson

    • students may read handout, not watch you

    • can disrupt flow if handed out during lesson

  • Enough copies must be available for class


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Instructional Aids

Handouts

  • Handouts that duplicate your presentation material can be helpful if you are presenting to a large audience.

  • Referring to handouts can be an effective technique when dealing with detailed graphics or highly technical information.

  • Providing spaces for notes during presentation is often helpful.


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  • Props or Models

  • Should be large enough to be seen by all

  • Can be manipulated by instructor or student

  • Can provide tactile learning opportunity

  • Models can substitute for the real thing

  • Objects reinforce “concrete” learning

  • Must be relevant to objectives

  • Can be passed around


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Instructional Aids

Lesson Activity

You will design and create instructional aids (without the use of power point slides) to be used in your in-class Micro-Teaching Presentation #1.

The specific requirements for MTP #1 will be outlined in a separate document.


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Instructional Aids

USSF Referee Instructor Course

ITIP

United States Soccer Federation


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