Secondary Curriculum, Instruction & EL SERVICES Explicit Direct instruction. September 2011. Today’s Outcomes. Coaches will be able to identify the five phases of EDI Coaches will be familiar with the components of each of the five phases
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Secondary Curriculum, Instruction & EL SERVICES Explicit Direct instruction
Facilitate students in learning to execute the steps.
Facilitate students in understanding and remembering.
Modeling is NOT just working a problem on the board!
Highly effective and seldom used at Secondary.
Highly effective for low performing students.
Students learn from the expert.
Explicitly teach higher order thinking skills by
Allow students to handle objects if possible
Taps into kinesthetic and tactile modalities.
Don’t force fit a demonstration for the sake of a demonstration.
Concepts: solutions to one step equations, inferences in To Kill a Mocking Bird, persuasive techniques, average speed, checks and balances
Skills: calculate, solve, build, describe, create, evaluate, compose, write
Using the following list, sketch out the framework of a lesson.
Refer to the book if needed.
CFU questions on strategic thinking
CFU questions that tie the process to the concept or the real example. Use what, why, how questions.
Can be addressed at any point in the lesson.
Insert once students understand the concept and not before.
Include more than one type of lesson importance and it can not always be academic.