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Name: Namrata Shipstone Topic: Direct Instruction Lesson No: One

Subject: Professional School: LaTrobe University Duration: Eight Minutes

Date: 8/ 03/ 11 Year Level: DipEd
1. Direct Instruction is being used to conduct this lesson as a means for students to
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understand the basic concepts of the topic.
| 1. Cognitive
2. By doing this, students will be able to experience the teaching strategy being taught first
| a) Students will understand key aspects of general
hand in order to efficiently apply this strategy to practical teaching.
| instruction.

| b) Students will become familiar with specific features of

| Direct Instruction.
c) Students will analyseBrophy and Goodman research
d) Students will gain an understanding of the advantages
and limitations of Direct Instruction.

2. Affect

a) Students will start to identify concepts they are

familiar with by experiencing Direct Instruction first

b) They will be able to apply their newly gained

knowledge to practical teaching methods.

3. Procedural

a) Students will be skilled in identifying circumstances

that require Direct Instruction.

b) Students will be skilled in using Direct Instruction to

maximize their studentǯs potential and knowledge.

1. Assess prior knowledge: DzWhat is Direct Instruction?dz
Before the topic is formally introduced, question students as to what their own idea of
Direct Instruction is to gauge their existing knowledge on the subject.
2. Assess emerging knowledge: DzThink back to when you were a student and identify some
of the concepts discussed that your teacher useddz.
3. Answers to these questions can lead to further discussions to ascertain student learning
and their progress.

Time in Procedure
Students to be introduced first to concept of general instruction. They will
be asked what they think this topic means.
1. Students will be introduced to key aspects of instruction. Learning
Outcome that this step contributes to is 1b.
2. Discuss in detail specific details of Direct Instruction. Learning Outcome
3. Introduction to Brophy and Goodman research observations leads to
Learning Outcomes 2b.
4. Talk about advantages and limitations of Direct Instruction which
contributes to Learning Outcomes 1d, 2a, 3a and 3b.

To sum up the lesson, a summary statement is formulated:
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åillen, R. (2009) ‘ 
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Melbourne: Cengage.

Îandout provided to students summarizing key points of the lesson.


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