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3 Rules of Competition Game is played by a single contestant, who attempts to answer ten questions (plus a final bonus question). Content is taken from our textbook (eLearning and the Science of Instruction) chapters 1-6. Two questions each from chapters 1-5. The bonus question is from chapter 6. Each correct answer increases the amount of money the player banks; a maximum cash prize of $1,000,000 can be won. Along the way, the player can be assisted by a fellow classmate. He or she must decide to “stick with” their answer or “go with” the answer provided by the fellow classmate. Notably, upon getting an answer incorrect or deciding to prematurely end the game, the contestant must state that they are not smarter than a Clark & Mayer.

4 Are You Smarter Than a Clark & Mayer? $1,000,0001,000,000 Chapter 5, Question 1 Chapter 5, Question 2 Chapter 4, Question 1 Chapter 4, Question 2 Chapter 3, Question 1 Chapter 3, Question 2 Chapter 2, Question 1 Chapter 2, Question 2 Chapter 1, Question 1 Chapter 1, Question 2 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 Click a box on left hand side after answering each question correctly. Start with the bottom box and work upward. After successfully answering the above 10 questions, click on the green $1,000,000 box to reveal the $1,000,000 question.

5 Chapter 5, Question 1 As a way of reducing the demands on visual processing; when simultaneously presenting words and the graphics explained by the words, you should: A. Use spoken words rather than printed text. B. Use printed text rather than spoken words. C. Use printed text with narration (word-for-word)C. Use printed text with narration (word-for-word). D. None of the AboveD. None of the Above.

6 Chapter 5 Answer 1 Return A.Use spoken words rather than printed text. Correct!

7 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: A. Use spoken words rather than printed text.

8 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: A. Use spoken words rather than printed text.

9 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: A. Use spoken words rather than printed text.

10 Chapter 5, Question 2 Based on cognitive theory and research evidence, it is recommended that you put words in spoken form rather than printed form whenever the graphic is the focus of the words and both are presented simultaneously. True False or

11 Chapter 5, Answer 2 Correct! True Return

12 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: True

13 Chapter 4, Question 1 Violations of the contiguity principle are all too common. Some of the most common violations are: A. Feedback is displayed on a separate screen from the practice or question. B. Directions to complete practice are placed on a separate screen. C. All text is placed at the bottom of the screen away from graphics. D. All of the Above.

14 Chapter 4, Answer 1 Correct! D. All of the Above. Return

15 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: D. All of the Above.

16 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: D. All of the Above.

17 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: D. All of the Above.

18 Chapter 4, Question 2 The cognitive theory recommends presenting printed text and graphics away from each other. True False or

19 Chapter 4, Answer 2 Correct! False Return

20 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! End The correct answer is: False

21 Chapter 3, Question 1 Cognitive theory and research recommends that eLearning courses include: Chapter 3, Question 1 A. Graphics B. Words C. Both Graphics and Words D. Spoken Words (Audio) Only

22 Return Chapter 3, Answer 1 C. Both Graphics and Words. Correct!

23 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: C. Both Graphics and Words.

24 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: C. Both Graphics and Words.

25 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: C. Both Graphics and Words.

26 Chapter 3, Question 2 Representational Graphics are visuals that show qualitative relationships among content. True False or

27 Chapter 3, Answer 2 Correct! False Return

28 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: False End

29 Chapter 2, Question 1 The three metaphors of learning are response strengthening, information acquisition, and: A. Time Management B. Knowledge Construction C. Delegation D. Organizational Structure

30 Return Chapter 2, Answer 1 B. Knowledge Construction Correct!

31 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Knowledge Construction End

32 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Knowledge Construction End

33 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Knowledge Construction End

34 Chapter 2, Question 2 Informal Studies are conclusions based on feedback from and observations of students. True False or

35 Chapter 2, Answer 2 Correct! True Return

36 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: True

37 Chapter 1, Question 1 Three eLearning Architectures are receptive, directive, and: A. Guided Discovery B. Chronological C. Organizational D. Numerical

38 Return Chapter 3, Answer 1 A. Guided Discovery Correct!

39 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: A. Guided Discovery

40 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: A. Guided Discovery

41 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: A. Guided Discovery

42 Chapter 1, Question 2 Lessons that build procedural skills are what type of goal: A. Inform B. Perform Procedure C. Perform Principle D. None of the Above

43 Return Chapter 3, Answer 1 B. Perform Procedure Correct!

44 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Perform Procedure

45 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Perform Procedure

46 End Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: B. Perform Procedure

47 Now it’s time for the $1,000,000 Question

48 Redundant on-screen narrated text should be used when: A. There are no pictures. B. The learner has ample time to process the pictures and words. C. Words and pictures are presented simultaneously at a fast pace. D. Both A and B. $1,000,000 Question (Chapter 6)

49 Chapter 3, Answer 1 D. Both A and B. Correct! You Win! Your surprise prize will be awarded during our next class. You Win! Your surprise prize will be awarded during our next class. End

50 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: D. Both A and B. End

51 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: D. Both A and B. End

52 Wrong! You Flunked! Now you have to say I may be smart, but I’m not smarter than Clark & Mayer! The correct answer is: D. Both A and B. End

53 Thanks For Playing! Start Over


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