Direct method

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Language Teaching Methodologies Through the Years | World Language Classroom Communicative Language Teaching, Second Language Teaching, Foreign Language Teaching, World Language Classroom, Teaching Methodology, Classroom Procedures, Target Language, English Language Teaching, Learning Strategies

Here is a reference to the major trends in language teaching methodology that have surfaced in the last century. I have found that a general knowledge of these is helpful in exploring proficiency-…

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Emily WAGNER
Teaching Special Education, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Teaching Method, Special Education Elementary, Special Education Classroom, Educational Games For Kids, Educational Games, Teaching Ideas

Direct instruction is a crucial component of special education programs. Our students require direct instruction in order to learn, master and generalize skills. Here are some tips to help make your direct instruction time easier. In my classroom. we set aside an hour a day to do direct instruction centers. During this time, we take ... Read More about Direct Instruction Hacks For Special Education Classrooms

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steven knop
Different Instructional Methods Diagram.§130.144. Instructional Practices in Education and Training TEKS 4(d): The student plans and develops effective instruction and is expected to describe principles and theories that impact instructional planning. 5(c): The student creates an effective learning environment and is expected to identify classroom-management techniques that promote an effective learning environment. #FS4703 Coaching, Inquiry Learning, Instructional Models, Project Based Learning, Instructional Methods, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Planning, Learning Theory, Learning Objectives

Different Instructional Methods Diagram.§130.144. Instructional Practices in Education and Training TEKS 4(d): The student plans and develops effective instruction and is expected to describe principles and theories that impact instructional planning. 5(c): The student creates an effective learning environment and is expected to identify classroom-management techniques that promote an effective learning environment. #FS4703

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Kimber Mabra