Please answer the following questions that assess your understanding of the textbook while making note of the word count for each response. Try not to exceed to much past the word count. Keep answers brief. Use your textbook as your Source. You must meet the word count requirements to receive full points. No direct quotes or citations needed; all responses must be in your own words.

1. After reading Chapter 10 and pages 176-177 in Chapter 13, discuss which three of the following principles of dialogue education would be most difficult for you to implement as a Family Life Educator (FLE). Explain why. (50 word)
Principles and Practices (choose 3): 1) Learning needs and resources assessment, 2) safety, 3) sound relationships, 4) sequence and reinforcement, 5) praxis, 6) respect, 7) ideas/feelings/actions, 8) immediacy, 9) teamwork, 10) engagement, 11) clear roles, 12) accountability.

2. After reading Chapter 10 and pages 176-177 in Chapter 13, discuss which three of the following principles of dialogue education would be most important to you as an adult learner. Explain why. (50 word)
Principles and Practices (choose 3): 1) Learning needs and resources assessment, 2) safety, 3) sound relationships, 4) sequence and reinforcement, 5) praxis, 6) respect, 7) ideas/feelings/actions, 8) immediacy, 9) teamwork, 10) engagement, 11) clear roles, 12) accountability.

3. After reading Chapter 9, consider the terms “indicators of learning, transfer, and impact”: discuss a concept or theory that you have learned and still remember. Make note of these terms in your discussion. What method did your teacher use to teach that material? (50 word)

4. Vella says that the two structures of dialogue education are the LNRA and the Seven Design Steps. Explain how these two structures work together in the process of dialogue education. (100 word)

Family Life Education_Chapter Review Questions