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Theory and Practice
Theory and practice

Remediation is not instruction. We begin by thinking about remediation and how it differs from instruction. Instruction is what happens in the school in a classroom. The teachers instruct or formally teach children. Although there are many ways to teach children, the essence of teaching is transferring knowledge. The teacher has the knowledge and the problem in instruction is how to transfer this knowledge to the child. This is not a very simple affair. Instruction has at least four different components. The teacher instructs a learner so the characteristics of the learner determine to some extent both the manner of instruction as well as the successful outcome. Then there is the teacher. He or she also has certain modes and ...

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