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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.

Guided Practice: Working Together with all Students
Guided practice: Working together with all students
Figure 8.1 During Guided Practice, the teacher works problems with the students, checking that they are correct at each step.

“OK, students, now we're going to work some problems together …”

Well-crafted Explicit Direct Instruction lessons help students learn more content faster. You accomplish this by preparing your students for learning with a Learning Objective that matches the Independent Practice. You Activate Prior Knowledge so your students' brains are ready to integrate the new information with what they already know. You present the new content to your students during Concept Development and Skill Development. You teach your students the importance of learning the new material. Every few minutes throughout the edi lesson you ...

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