SED 201 Study Guide3

SED 201 Study Guide3 - SED 201 Fall 2010 Final Quiz#4 Dr...

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SED 201, Fall 2010, Final, Quiz #4 Dr. Doubet Chapter 6, Differentiating Instruction Delivering instruction- PASS- prioritize instruction, adapt instruction, materials or environment, systematically teach with the SCREAM variables, systematically evaluate the outcomes of your instruction. Objectives- state the outcomes of instruction in ways that allow you to find out whether your instruction was successful. Objectives specify the content of the objective (what is being taught) The conditions under which a student’s performance will be assessed and the criteria for acceptable performance (level of achievement). Scope-refers to the breadth and depth of the content that will be presented in school. Sequence- refers to the order in which content will be presented Generalization- the ability to apply what is learned in one setting to another On-task student and teacher behavior-statements directly relevant to the lesson, questioning and feedback directly relevant to the lesson, and demonstrations and modeling relevant to the lesson. Guided practice-In the Guided Practice section of your written lesson plan, outline how your
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