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Understanding What You Learned

Understanding What You Learned

Introduction

To better determine your understanding of the lesson as a whole, be prepared to answer questions like the ones below using your Zap! Reaction Time Data Sheets.


In which round did you have the fastest reaction time—seeing, hearing, or both?

 


In which round did you have the slowest reaction time—seeing, hearing, or both?

 

 

  • What does this say about how you react to the things you see or hear?

 

 

  • Do you think that, if you practiced this game more, your reaction times would improve or become automatic? Why or why not?

 

 

  • For those who had slower Visual reaction times:
    • What are some ways you could improve your visual reaction time (in this game and life in general)? Offer examples.

 

 

  • For those who had slower Auditory reaction times:
    • What are some ways you could improve your listening reaction time (in this game and life in general)? Offer examples.

 

 

  • For those who had slow combined Auditory and Visual reaction times:
    • What are some ways you could improve these combined abilities (in this game and life in general)? Offer examples.

 

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