Direct Instruction. Also called explicit instruction Widely applicable strategy that can be used to teach both concepts and skills Uses teacher explanation and modeling combined with student practice and feedback. Teacher Role. Specifies learning objectives
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DI is academically focused, teacher-directed instruction that uses sequenced and structured materials
(We will discuss generalization, principles and rules later in the semester)
All contribute to greater success for diverse learners