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Direct Instruction. Nattalie M. Ildefonso Méndez. Direct Approach. Direct instruction is an approach to teaching within a teacher-directed classroom environment This method of teaching is skills-oriented and it uses a phonics-based approach within the reading curriculum.

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Direct instruction

Direct Instruction

Nattalie M. Ildefonso Méndez


Direct approach

Direct Approach

  • Direct instruction is an approach to teaching within a teacher-directed classroom environment

  • This method of teaching is skills-oriented and it uses a phonics-based approach within the reading curriculum.

  • Teachers use training manuals and materials and follow carefully articulated lessons that are broken down into small segments.

  • Teachers do not move students to the next step without assurance that students have achieved what is necessary for that segment.


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  • Direct instruction's traditional reading practices are positively impacting children's scores.


Advantage

Advantage

  • Some advantages of direct instruction methods include the ability to easily explain to students why the content of the lesson is important, which helps to highlight the lesson's goal.

  • The direct instruction method is a widely recognized and accepted form of instruction, so less time will be needed for familiarizing students, other school staff or parents with the method.

  • Direct instruction is appropriate for teaching basic skills, concepts and facts. Student progress can also be measured easily.

  • This method works, not only for teachers who are speaking to a class, but for teachers who wish to use the small group, face-to-face method from time to time, according to Wisconsin Policy Research Institute Online.


Disadvantage

Disadvantage

  • The direct instruction method doesn't incorporate the teacher's personality or creativity within the lesson, as steps must be followed in a prescribed and direct order.

  • The direct instruction method requires effective oral communication skills.

  • Without those skills, students could find the content uninteresting, when in fact, it could be the speaker's delivery style that is keeping the students from learning.


Reference

Reference

  • Read more: Instrucción Directa métodos en el aula | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_7973507_direct-instruction-methods-classroom.html#ixzz1JGNyMVbr


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