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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.

Concept Development, Skill Development, and Lesson Importance: Presenting Content
Concept development, skill development, and lesson importance: Presenting content
Figure 7.1 Content is presented to students during Concept Development, Skill Development, and Lesson Importance.
EDI Lessons: Preparing Students to Learn

We have already discussed Learning Objectives and Activating Prior Knowledge. These two components are part of the student preparation section of an edi lesson. It's where you prepare your students, getting them ready to learn the new content. Now your lesson switches gears into the content presentation section.

EDI Content Presentation: Concept Development, Skill Development, and Lesson Importance

In the content presentation section of an edi lesson, you teach the new content to your students by providing Concept Development where you explicitly teach your students the concept, what it is, ...

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