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Match the author to the body of work.
- developed direct instruction as a technique and wrote the scripted DI materials.
- used ‘direct’ and ‘explicit’ instruction to document elements of effective teaching.
Which of the following are instructivist, as opposed to constructivist approaches?CorrectIncorrect
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Explicit instruction is instruction that is and visible. The teacher explains concepts and strategies in clear and language. Explicit instruction involves modeling and concepts and skills using many . Teachers provide a high level of as students practice and apply newly learned .
Your words: concrete, new, concise, explaining, examples, support, concepts
The terms explicit teaching or direct instruction are summary terms for recent findings on effective teaching. They refer to a systematic method of teaching with emphasis on (choose all that apply):CorrectIncorrect
Match the student engagement elements with their rationale:
- Being able to pronounce new words supports vocabulary and literacy.
- To ensure students are engaged by directing them to track from left to right with you while you read, read chorally as you read, and repeat what you’ve said so they can rehearse concepts, definitions and vocabulary.
- To provide cognitive support when students discuss and remember concepts.
- Establish partners and make sure to direct students to share information equally with each other.
- To save valuable teaching time, and to gain the attention of the entire class at once, like, Teacher: “1-2”, Students: “eyes on you”.
- Formative assessment tools to see all students’ answers at once and either move forward or reteach
- To get students to use the lesson's vocabulary effectively.
Pronounce with me
Track With Me, Read With Me, Repeat With Me
Gesture with me