Packed with strategies for lesson planning and delivery, this research-based book shows how implementing EDI can improve instruction and raise achievement in diverse classrooms.

Putting it all Together: Creating Well-Crafted Lessons

Putting it all together: Creating well-crafted lessons

Figure 11.1 Explicit Direct Instruction lessons combine design components and delivery strategies into well-crafted lessons.

We've covered all the individual components of an edi lesson. Now we're going to discuss how to design complete lessons. There are two approaches used in designing lessons. In the first approach, you have a textbook and you are creating a lesson from existing materials. In the second approach, you are designing a lesson from scratch.

Creating EDI Lessons from a Textbook

Most textbooks focus on providing content information and Independent Practice problems, but they don't always include all the lesson design components or delivery techniques that maximize learning for students. For example, textbooks don't always include continuous Checking ...

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