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.

Closing the Lesson: One Final Check

Closing the lesson: One final check

Figure 9.1 The last component in an EDI lesson is Closure, where students must prove that they have learned the new content.

“Students, I want to make sure you are completely prepared for the assignment before I hand it out.”

Closing the Lesson

During Lesson Closure, you have reached the last component of an edi lesson before students start to work by themselves. You started your lesson by preparing your students to learn with a Learning Objective and Activating (or providing) Prior Knowledge. You presented the new content to your students—Concept Development, Skill Development, and Lesson Importance—by Modeling, Explaining, and Demonstrating. You worked problems step-by-step with your students during Guided Practice. You are ready to wind ...

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