6 edition of Introduction to Direct Instruction found in the catalog.
August 25, 2003
by Allyn & Bacon
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||408|
Direct Instruction curricula give educators the instructional framework and resources required to meet and even surpass school achievement and improvement objectives. Learn More. Direct Instruction Programs. Reading, language arts, and math are the building blocks of knowledge. And with Direct Instruction programs, every student can master them. The book notes that the commercial Direct Instruction programs were successful with the full range of teacher and student populations. Contains 86 references and numerous tables of data.
What Is Direct Instruction? T he Direct Instruction (DI) model is the most care-fully developed and thoroughly tested program for teaching reading, math, writing, spelling, and thinking skills to children. Siegfried Engelmann and Wesley Becker developed DI at the University of Illinois in the s. It was further developed by Engelmann, Doug. Direct Instruction is the dirty little secret of the educational establishment. This method, rich in structure and drilling and content, is the opposite of the favored methods of today's high-paid education gurus, and contradicts the popular theories .
Benefits of direct instruction include delivering large amounts of information in a timely manner. Also, because this model is teacher directed, it lends itself to designing instruction that is developmentally appropriate to pupils' ages and stages. Principles of Direct Instruction. The most commonly used principles include: Introduction/Review. Another area in which the direct instruction approach would be necessary is in a company budget meeting. The use of PowerPoint to display statistics to managers is an effective means to reflect sales numbers or profit and loss; PowerPoint is a tool often used in .
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Get this from a library. Introduction to direct instruction. [Nancy E Marchand-Martella; Timothy A Slocum; Ronald C Martella;] -- After describing the three main components of the direct instruction approach to teaching academic skills in the primary school classroom and in remedial classes for older students, this collection.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Introduction to Direct Instruction at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5(5). This is a wonderful introduction to Direct Instruction - one of the most effective methods of teaching ever created. I used Direct Instruction in a 6th grade classroom where half of the students couldn't read 3 and 4 letter words.
By the end of the year, my students were reading like 5th graders, words a by: About Direct Instruction 1 I eat hing actices uide About I I ation uide I essional elopment line e c t t all n s o n e g achiev emen t, so tha above gr s tuden ts are a t or ade level.
e Direct Instruction Introduction Good to Great Schools Australia (GGSA) partners with schools and school systems to support school. In general usage, the term direct instruction refers to (1) instructional approaches that are structured, sequenced, and led by teachers, and/or (2) the presentation of academic content to students by teachers, such as in a lecture or other words, teachers are “directing” the instructional process or instruction is being “directed” at : Paula Lombardi Direct Instruction is a family of approaches, rather than a single approach.
What is being trialled in the Cape is a particularly pure form of Author: Bill Louden. In general usage, the term direct instruction refers to (1) instructional approaches that are structured, sequenced, and led by teachers, and/or (2) the presentation of academic content to students by teachers, such as in a lecture or other words, teachers are “directing” the instructional process or instruction is being “directed” at students.
Direct instruction of vocabulary relevant to a given text leads to a better reading comprehension. Direct instruction includes providing students with specific word instruction and teaching students word-learning strategies.
In particular: Teaching specific words before reading helps both vocabulary learning and reading comprehension. his book is about direct instruction in basic and advanced vocabulary with an em-phasis on receptive vocabulary—listening and reading vocabularies. Although there are many different ways to think of direct vocabulary instruction, I believe effective instruction for receptive vocabulary is best thought of as involving three general phases,File Size: 1MB.
Find Introduction to Direct Instruction by Marchand-Martella et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell. Direct Instruction (DI) is an explicit, teacher-directed model of effective instruction developed by Siegfried ("Zig") Engelmann in the 's.
DI can be distinguished from other models of explicit instruction (such as direct instruction-di) by its focus on curriculum design and effective instructional delivery.
The closure of the lesson is the final step of the direct instruction process, allowing teachers to repeat the main points of the lesson.
This step is designed to remind students about the goals of the instruction and to prepare them to complete independent practice activities, which. mous with direct instruction, it is clearly more direct than open teaching. Furthermore, the following char acteristics of open teaching are the converse of the characteristics of direct instruction flexibility of space, student choice of activity, richness of learning materials, integration of curriculum.
An Introduction to Direct Instruction – Nancy E. Marchella-Martella, Timothy A. Slocum, & Ronald C. Martella Pearson Education, Inc. () A condensed version of the book Developed by: Nancy Marchand-Martella, Ph.D., Eastern Washington University Direct Instruction (DI) is an explicit, teacher-directed model of effective instruction developed by.
Your methods of Direct Instruction can vary, and they could include reading a book, displaying diagrams, showing real-life examples of the subject matter, using props, discussing relevant characteristics, watching a video, or other hands-on and/or presentational steps directly related to your lesson plan's stated objective.
Direct Instruction in Reading Comprehension Research findings support training students in precise, step-by-step strategies to improve their understanding of what they read. We can be precise Charles Olson (from "The King TFishers," cited by Creeleyp ) he recent report by the National Commission on Reading (Ander-File Size: 2MB.
By N. Marchand-Martella, Timothy A. Slocum, and R. Martella, Published on 01/01/04Cited by: 2. By N. Machand-Martella, Tim A. Slocum, and R. Martella, Published on 01/01/04Cited by: COUPON: Rent Introduction to Direct Instruction 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks.
Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access. Explicit direct instruction: The power of the well-crafted, well-taught lesson Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press doi: / Hollingsworth, John and Silvia Ybarra. Explicit Direct Instruction: The Power of the Well-Crafted, Well-Taught Lesson.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, doi: /. Direct instruction is the use of straightforward, explicit teaching techniques, usually to teach a specific skill. It is a teacher-directed method, meaning that the teacher stands in front of a.One advantage of the direct instruction model over the presentation model (lecture)is that there is a built-in guarantee that students will be doing something.
Otherwise, the models are fairly similar. Objectives: Direct instruction is appropriate for teaching a procedural objective, such as having students be able to diagram a. For courses in Direct Reading Instruction, Remedial Reading, and Reading for Special Education Students.
Thoroughly integrating the latest guidelines from the National Reading Panel, this is a practical guide to teaching reading via the direct instruction reading approach, a proven program that's especially powerful with the most vulnerable learners - /5.