INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
How To Study Programmed Instruction.
This is a programmed instruction text in which the information is broken down into small steps called "frames".
Each frame contains teaching point, and to let you prove to yourself that you hub learned this point, a response
section with blank spaces is provided. Fill in the blanks of the response and then check your answers by the answer
line placed just above the next frame. The filling in of the blanks is a necessary part of the programmed
instruction technique. Also, correct any wrong answers you may make, as this will help you remember the teaching
point. Illustrations, charts, and tables are called "panels" and the related frames will direct you to them for study.
Notice that the pages of the lessons are divided into 2 parts by a horizontal line. Start with the first frame at the
top of the page and continue numerically through the frames at the top; then return to the front of the lesson and
complete the frames in the bottom half of the page and so on.
As you proceed through the frames, try to pace yourself in your study. Take breaks at convenient stopping
points or the completion of topics, such as at the end of a set or lesson.
At the end of each lesson is a self-test. This is a series of questions covering the lesson as a whole. Answer
each one and then verify your answers by referring to the solutions and frames listed at the end of each lesson. This
review is an important part of the learning process.
* * * IMPORTANT NOTICE * * *
THE PASSING SCORE FOR ALL ACCP MATERIAL IS NOW 70%
PLEASE DISREGARD ALL REFERENCES TO THE 75% REQUIREMENT.