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Match one of Gagne's nine events (University of Florida, 2018) to a corresponding question, educational tool or principle.

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Gagne's first event: Gain attention.

Gagne's second event: Inform Learners of objectives

Gagne's third event: Stimulate knowledge of prior learning.

Gagne's fourth event: Present the content

Gsgne's fifth event: Provide "learning guidance"

Gagne's sixth event: Elicit performance

Gagne's seventh event: Provide feedback

Gagne's eighth event: Assess performance

Gagne's ninth event: Enhance retention and transfer to the job

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Elaboration and organization leads to long-term memory.

Enagaging "higher brain areas" (Mitchell & Willis, 2014, p. 2.2).

Lets students know what the lesson is about.

Teaching the letters of the alphabet does not teach reading.

Formative and summative

Give diagnostic tests.

Individualized personal experience

Parents and children can encourage each other to their highest potential.

Socialized scaffolding