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Instructional Planning, Strategies and Presentation Integration

What are the key elements of effective lesson presentation?
How is questioning used in the classroom as an important instructional strategy?
How can graphic organizers be used effectively to structure content and enhance students' learning?
How do teachers identify and review appropriate instructional resources?
a visual and graphic display that depicts the relationships between facts, terms, and or ideas within a learning task. A graphic organizer
works well for mapping generic information, but particularly well for mapping hierarchical relationships. A Descriptive or Thematic Map
Organizing a hierarchical set of information, reflecting superordinate or subordinate elements, is made easier by constructing a _________. Network Tree
When the information relating to a main idea or theme does not fit into a hierarchy, a ________ can help with organization. Spider Map
When information contains cause and effect problems and solutions, a ________ can be useful for organizing. Problem and Solution Map
helps students to compare different solutions to a problem. A Problem-Solution Outline
useful for mapping cause and effect. A Sequential Episodic Map
When cause-effect relationships are complex and non-redundant a __________ may be particularly useful. Fishbone Map
can help students to compare and contrast two concepts according to their features. A Comparative and Contrastive Map
Another way to compare concepts' attributes is to construct a _______. Compare-Contrast Matrix
effective for organizing information along a dimension such as less to more, low to high, and few to many. Continuum Scale
can help students organize information according to various steps or stages. A Series of Events Chain
useful for organizing information that is circular or cyclical, with no absolute beginning or ending. A Cycle Map
effective for organizing events in terms of a chain of action and reaction (especially useful in social sciences and humanities). A Human Interaction Outline
What are three aspects of Concept Attainment? 1.designed to clarify ideas and to introduce aspects of content. 2. engages students into formulating a concept through the use of illustrations, word cards or examples. 3.With experience, children become skilled at identifying relationships
List 5 types of non-linguistic representations. 1.graphic organizer 2.drawing pics or photographs 3.mental images 4.physical models 5.kinesthetic (physical) activities
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