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.
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==Brief statement of principle==
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==Description of principle==
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===Operational definition===
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===Examples===
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==Experimental support==
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===Laboratory experiment support===
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===In vivo experiment support===
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==Theoretical rationale==
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(These entries should link to one or more [[:Category:Learning Processes|learning processes]].)
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==Conditions of application==
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==Caveats, limitations, open issues, or dissenting views==
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==Variations (descendants)==
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==Generalizations (ascendants)==
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==References==
  
 
[[Instructional explanation]]s are one specific type of explicit instruction.
 
[[Instructional explanation]]s are one specific type of explicit instruction.

Revision as of 11:03, 7 November 2007

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 learning processes.)

Conditions of application

Caveats, limitations, open issues, or dissenting views

Variations (descendants)

Generalizations (ascendants)

References

Instructional explanations are one specific type of explicit instruction.