Determine the
level of the example that is required to successfully learn the
new information in the course.
 Inform the students what level of example is required to
learn the information in the course.
 Have example test questions on the level required to learn
and apply the information.
When constructing a test, keep all of the distracters
on the same level.
Demonstrate and ask the students the following:
 How to use the identifying characteristic(s) of a definition
to make criterion questions.
Ask the students, "What
is required in order to identify something as an example
of (term)?"
 How to use the three step procedure to identify an example
of term.
Ask the students, "What
steps would you used to identifying something as an example of
(term)?"
 The importance of knowing the definition of all of the terms
used in a rule in order to learn and apply the rule.
Ask the students, "What
happens if you do not know all of the definitions of the terms
used in a term's definition?"
 The difference between Level One and Level Two example of
a term.
Ask the students, "Give
an example of (term) that would be found (give a specific
situation, place, action, etc.?"
