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Topic: Re: Direct instruction
Replies: 1   Last Post: Oct 16, 1995 2:33 PM

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DanH150093@aol.com

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Re: Direct instruction
Posted: Oct 15, 1995 8:00 PM
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Judy-

>Anyone care to comment on scripts?

I don't see any problem with them, if you're man enough to admit that a
subject you're teaching isn't exactly your strength. (I'm mainly talking
about elementary school here.)

If I was an elementary school teacher and I was asked to teach drawing, a
script would be appreciated. Not that I would sit there reading from it, but
it would help in one's prep.

Why do teachers think they must reinvent the wheel daily. I do believe
successful lessons can be replicated.

Dan






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