Difference between revisions of "Explicit instruction"

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Explicit instruction is a systematic instructional approach that includes a set of delivery and design procedures derived from effective schools research merged with behavior analysis. There are two essential components to well designed explicit instruction: (a) visible delivery features are group instruction with a high level of teacher and student interactions, and (b) the less observable, instructional design principles and assumptions that make up the content and [[strategies]] to be taught.
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Explicit instruction most generally includes any instruction where the content is given to the student in a verbatim fashion often with words.
 
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By Tracey Hall, Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, NCAC
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CAST Universal Design for Learning[http://www.cast.org/publications/ncac/ncac_explicit.html]
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Revision as of 08:23, 26 March 2007

Explicit instruction most generally includes any instruction where the content is given to the student in a verbatim fashion often with words.