Objectives[edit | edit source]
This lesson covers how to design instruction for teaching concept classification tasks. After completing this lesson, you should be able to :
- Explain what concept classification tasks are and why they are important,
- Describe the principles for learning concept classification tasks,
- Prepare instructional tactics to teach concept classification tasks.
Lesson organization[edit | edit source]
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- Define:Concept Classification: Defined
- Learn:Concept Classification: Principles for Learning
- Teach:Concept Classification: Principles for Teaching
- Routine:Concept Classification: Routine Tactics for Teaching
- Power:Concept Classification: Power Tactics for Teaching
- Try:Concept Classification: Skill Builder Practice
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Source[edit | edit source]
- Concept Classification by Charles M. Reigeluth. Used by Permission.