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    • Drill-and-Practice Created by Gabrielle Brown
    • Drill-and-Practice
      • In drill-and-practice, the students repeatedly practice a skill or perform a procedure.
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      • - 4 - 2 - 3 - 5
      • The teacher has already delivered a lesson on the skill.
      • Now, the student completes a drill to help her obtain mastery.
      • Drill-and-practice materials should be simple enough for students to use independently.
      • Always provide feedback.
    • Advantages of Drill-and-practice
      • Small chunks of information
      • Review of a single concept
      • Students receive feedback
    • Limitations of Drill-and-practice
      • Boring
      • Repetitive
      • Student mistakes
      • The following slides will give examples of ways to integrate Drill-and-practice in the classroom.
    • Worksheets
      • After students have received instruction on a concept, students may use a worksheet to practice that skill.
      • Chona (Creator). (2011). Articles [Grammar Worksheet], Retrieved February 9, 2011 from: (http://chona-grammarlessons.blogspot.com/)
    • Flashcards
      • Students may drill each other by using flashcards.
      • Peter Weatherall (Author). (2011). Flashcards [Grammar Flashcards], Retrieved February 9, 2011 from: URL (kidsinglish.com)
    • Computer Programs
      • Computer programs help students practice skills in a game format.