Difference between revisions of "Explicit instruction"

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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.
 
Explicit instruction most generally includes any instruction where the content is given to the student in a verbatim fashion often with words.
 
 
==Brief statement of principle==
 
==Description of principle==
 
===Operational definition===
 
===Examples===
 
==Experimental support==
 
===Laboratory experiment support===
 
===In vivo experiment support===
 
==Theoretical rationale==
 
(These entries should link to one or more [[:Category:Learning Processes|learning processes]].)
 
==Conditions of application==
 
==Caveats, limitations, open issues, or dissenting views==
 
==Variations (descendants)==
 
==Generalizations (ascendants)==
 
==References==
 
  
 
[[Instructional explanation]]s are one specific type of explicit instruction.
 
[[Instructional explanation]]s are one specific type of explicit instruction.

Revision as of 22:58, 11 December 2007

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

Instructional explanations are one specific type of explicit instruction.