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Lesson 5 Homework Practice Direct Variation Answer Key

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Lesson 5 Homework Practice Direct Variation Answer Key

daniels and davies (2002) found that for second-year, no-stakes, literacy-based field test, teacher-developed lesson plans, that met the criteria established by streiner, robinson, and others (1978) (see chapter 5) were more likely to result in positive student test scores than standardized materials. in addition, teacher plans were more likely to result in gains in student knowledge and skills than did the standardized materials.

what should be our approach to direct instruction in the face of the unremittingly bleak student-achievement picture for the us school system in recent years it is clear that particular disciplinary subjects, such as science, mathematics, and foreign languages, appear to have benefited from the application of direct instruction strategies, but there remains a prevailing view that this is a limited subset of what can be done. certainly there are more promising avenues for investigation (and there is also much to be gained from listening to the views of teachers who have been using the strategies). however, there are other aspects of the situation to consider. for example, the situation in many schools is highly complex, and the application of d-i strategies in a school may very well be a complex matter. furthermore, in some instances, it is the inability of teachers (possibly constrained by inadequate staff resources) to implement a direct instruction program to the letter of the direct instruction program textbook or the expectations of the school's central administration that is the reason why direct instruction has not been implemented to a greater extent. similarly, in other cases, it is the inability of teachers to implement a course of instruction in a manner consonant with a school's stated philosophy that has been the cause for a lack of adoption. one of the reasons that direct instruction has not permeated all parts of the education system is also that it is expensive. however, as an alternative to expensive programs, one may consider the use of inexpensive, low-technology instructional strategies in the classroom (seese, 1991). 3d9ccd7d82


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