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  • 1. How to Land a Rocket Ship
  • 2. PART 1 Direct Instruction
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  • 9. One month later…
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  • 11. Direct Instruction
    • Large processes broken down
    • Small bits
    • Sequence
    • Practice
    • Mastery
    • Multisensory instruction
    • Constant review
    • Synthetic
    • Choose carefully
  • 12. PART 2 Gradual Release
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  • 18. The next day…
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  • 21. Gradual Release
    • Always working through authentic contexts
    • Hand parts of the total process over as the student needs them and is ready for them
    • Big to small
    • Model, articulate, label
    • Share, articulate, label
    • Guide, label
    • Practice
    • Strategy instruction
    • Workshop model
  • 22. PART 3 Inquiry
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  • 24. Inquiry
    • Based on necessity - personal need or interest
    • Teacher sets conditions for that interest
    • Student always engaged in whole, authentic processes with independence
    • Student's work grows in efficiency, sophistication
    • Feedback comes from within the process itself

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