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3 IMPORTANT COMP IDEAS
ACTIVE MOTIVATION
DIRECT ATTENTION
LEARNING GUIDEANCE
RETENTION
DESCRIBE 1
this comptency is about what is to be taught and how it is to be taught
cDEFINATIONS AND EXPLICTAIONS organizing designing) instruction
Activate motivation
direct attention-expectation of lesson
stimulate recall
provide learning guideance-connect prior learning to new knowledge through instructional activits
DEFINATIONS AND EXPLICTAIONS
sequencing content
include teh steps to move between concept and reltionships
sequencing ctivities: 5 of them
concrete, pictorial, linking, symbolic, abstract
CONCRETE, PICTORIAL, LINKING, SYMBOLIC, ABSTRACT
IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTION
1) MODES OF INSTRUCTION
REMEMBER THAT A GOOD LESSON USUALLY INCORPORATES AT LEAST (THREE) OF THESE MODES OF INSTRUCTION: LECTURE, QUESTION, ANSWER, DISCUSSION, DEMONSTRATION, LAB/INVESTIGATION, TECHNOLGY ACTIVITIES, SUPERVISED, PRACTICE
AT LEAST (THREE) OF THESE MODES OF INSTRUCTION
IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTION
2) qUESTIONING STRATEGIES-
REMEMBER THERE ARE INITIAL, PLANNED QUESTIONS AND FOLLOWUP QUESTIONS BASED ON STUDENT RESPONSE
A) USE DIFFENT LEVEL OF QUESTIONS
RECALL
COMPREHENSION
B) REQUIRE ELABORATION OF ANSWERS
APPLICATION
ANALYSIS
SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION
ALL OF BLOOM'S FLOWER SHOP
EXAMPLE 1-A FIFTH GRADE CLASS WAS COMPLETING A UNIT ADDRESSING PART OF TEK5.8 ON TRANSFORMATIONS. HE DESIGNED A GAME USING TRANSLATIONS AND REFLECTIONS. tHE OBJECT OF THE GAME WAS TO MOVE A GEOMETRIC FIGURE INTO THE IMAGE OF THE FIGURE LOCATED SOMEWHERE IN THE FIRST QUADRANT OF THE COORDINATE PLANE. HE SET THE CLASS UP IN SIX TEAMS OF FOUR STUDENTS EACH AND HAD PAIRS OF TEAMS COMPETE WITH ONE ANOTHER. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES HIS INSTRUCTIONAL REASON FOR SELECTING THIS AS HIS REVIEW ACTIVITY
ANSWER: HE WANTED TO GET THE STUDENTS ACTIVILY ENGAGED IN REVIEWING THE MATERIAL. by using a game like activity, he was getting the students involved in the review process
even though he might observe how well the teams cooperated, this was not the INSTURCTIONAL reason for selecting the activity
engage
a SEVENTH GRADE teacher is planing the part of the intergers unit that involves combining postive and negative whole numbers. She decides to intorude the concept by using a game called Survivor/destroyer. She breaks students into pairs and gives each person in the pair, a red or a green die. They are to "battle" one another by rollin g the dice. Thy are to RECORD the winner of each round using the color and the number. For example: if the perosn with the red die has a five and the person with the green die as a two, the winner is R3 indicating red won by three. Which of the following best describes her INSTRUCTIONAL purpose for selecting the activity?
the activity MODOLS, what happens when combining integers with diffrient signs. Although she may neeed this activity when being observed, is not the INSURCTIONAL reason for selecting this activity.