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    • Drill and practice
      By Carrie Stewart
      SLIS 5720
    • Drill-and-practice
      A strategy in which students practice skills previously learned and receive corrective feedback. The goal is mastery without error.
    • Drill-and-practice
      Advantages
      • Corrective feedback
      • Information chunking
      • Practice
    • Drill-and-practice
      Limitations
      • Potentially Boring
      • Repetitive
      • Learning potential limited if repeated errors
    • Drill-and-practice
      Despite the
      “Drill and kill” reputation, this strategy is effective for students acquiring fundamental skills
    • Drill-and-practice
      For example:
      Flashcards
      for learning math facts
    • Drill-and-practice
      For example:
      Flashcards
      for learning sight words
    • Drill-and-practice
      For example:
      Computer games
      for practicing basic skills
    • Drill-and-practice
      For example:
      Homework worksheets for practicing skills at home
    • Drill-and-practice
      In conclusion…
      This is not a high level thinking strategy.
    • Drill-and-practice
      However,
      “Drill and kill “
      Can be avoided by
      -Not over-using the strategy.
      -Making the practice interesting and fun.
    • And student mastery can be achieved.
      .