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Instructional Strategies

Instructional strategies are methods that are used in the lesson to ensure that the sequence or delivery of instruction helps students learn.
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Eileen Daggett

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Instructional Strategies

Activating Prior Knowledge Teaching Vocabulary Closure Sharing Information Making Connections Word Sort Jigsaw Tiered Questioning KWL Charts Roundtable Word Sort Numbered Heads Together Stir the Class RAFT Role, Audience, Format,
Topic Concept Maps Concept Attainment Alphabet Squares Word Sort Frayer Model Possible Sentences Frequent Contact Word Pairs Taboo Cards Synetics Inside Outside Circle Colorful Words Learning Log Fish Bowl Timeline Instructional Strategies
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