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5E's Instructional Model
Transcript of 5E's Instructional Model
Louise Hope ACE : DL5103
The 5E's instructional model contains 5 phases of learning. The students build new learning from previous knowledge. Learners are testing new ideas against what they already believe to be true. The model is a planned sequence of instruction where students are placed at the center of their learning experience.
Phase 1 : ENGAGE
Phase 2: EXPLORE
Phase 3: EXPLAIN
Phase 4: ELABORATE
Phase 5: EVALUATE
Lessons capture student attention and motivate them to want to learn more.
Examples: Demonstrations, video clip, free writing, readings.
Students connect to past learning and help students think to the learning ahead.
Provides students with a common base of concrete experiences.
Students verbalize the concepts they have explored, discussing their understanding, or demonstrating new skills.
Allows for students to practice skills and behaviors.
Informal and formal assessment
Informal: questioning, teacher checkpoints, class discussions
Formal: written quiz, poster evaluation
Students identify and develop concepts, processes and skills.
Examples: manipulatives, investigations, collect date, build models, solve problems
Teachers might introduce new vocabulary, concepts, or skills or correct misconceptions.
Examples: questioning, discussions, student analysis, connecting to prior experiences, teacher explanations
Students apply their knowledge and seek further clarification
Example: New task & new questions & new situations = deeper understanding
Students assess student learning throughtout the 5E phases of the lesson. Students test their own understanding and skills.
Teacher assesses student learning, and may even administer a formal evaluation at the end of the lesson.
BSCS 5E Instructional Model
"If new ideas fit with students' pictures of the world, they have little difficulty learning the ideas."
The 5Es Instructional Model (2013). DL5103 [video presentation] retrieved September 18 from:
BSCS 5E Instructional Model (2007).
More Picture-Perfect Science Lessons: Using Children's Books to Guide Inquiry, K-4. 29-34.