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The Pedagogical Cycle

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Ali Sluismans

on 28 October 2014

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Transcript of The Pedagogical Cycle

The Pedagogical Cycle
Why do teachers use the Pedagogical Cycle?
1. It sets the stage for instruction.


2. Questions are very effective for critical thinking.


3. Group Alerting compliments the pedagogical cycle.
The steps to the Pedagogical Cycle are:
1. Structure


2. Question


3. Respond


4. React
Question
The teacher will then ask a question regarding their "structure" statement.

Example:
"Why is the introduction paragraph important?"
Structure
The teacher provides information, direction, and introduces the topic.

Example:
"The basic essay has an introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion."
Respond
The student answers the question or tries to.

Example:
"The introduction paragraph is important because it hooks the reader in and gives a preview of what will be discussed in the essay."
React
The teacher reacts to the student's answer and provides feedback.

Example:
"That is correct! The introduction is like a preview to your essay."
"To question well is to teach well. In the skillful use of the question more than anything else lies the fine art of teaching; for in it we have the guide to clear and vivid ideas, and the quick spur to imagination , the stimulus to thought, the incentive to action."


-John Dewey
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