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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.

Formative and summative

Individualized personal experience

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

Give diagnostic tests.

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

Teaching the letters of the alphabet does not teach reading.

Socialized scaffolding

Lets students know what the lesson is about.