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					                                        Instructional Strategies

For each of your three instructional strategies, please complete the following in 2000-3000
words and submit your work as a Word document in the appropriate folder on the shared
server. (My computer>Shared on RCOE > 3850 > Your Instructor > Folder with your name)

Strategy/ media clip #1:

    1. Name and describe the instructional strategy and specifically how you plan to enact this
       strategy.



    2. What is the name and source of your media? Note how long it is and what parts of a video you
       plan to show and where you might pause it for questions, for an activity, and so on.



    3. Who would be the audience for this lesson (not only grade level and subject area but also types
       of learners addressed, including notes about learning styles and multiple intelligences )? How
       are certain intelligences and styles targeted by this lesson?



    4. What do you want these students to learn in this lesson and how does this connect with the N.C.
       course of study (noting specific objectives)?



    5. Why do you think the media and instructional strategy you chose will help these students learn
       these objectives? Note how each (media and strategy) are appropriate for this content.



    6. How will the students be engaged in an interactive way with each of the media selections?



    7. How might the strategy you are using be better than direct instruction?



    8. What would be some of the obstacles to overcome in teaching this lesson?



    9. Make a list of at least five critical thinking questions and possible answers that are raised by the
       media clip you have chosen.
Strategy/ media clip #2:

    1. Name and describe the instructional strategy and specifically how you plan to enact this
       strategy.



    2. What is the name and source of your media? Note how long it is and what parts of a video you
       plan to show and where you might pause it for questions, for an activity, and so on.



    3. Who would be the audience for this lesson (not only grade level and subject area but also types
       of learners addressed, including notes about learning styles and multiple intelligences )? How
       are certain intelligences and styles targeted by this lesson?



    4. What do you want these students to learn in this lesson and how does this connect with the N.C.
       course of study (noting specific objectives)?



    5. Why do you think the media and instructional strategy you chose will help these students learn
       these objectives? Note how each (media and strategy) are appropriate for this content.



    6. How will the students be engaged in an interactive way with each of the media selections?



    7. How might the strategy you are using be better than direct instruction?



    8. What would be some of the obstacles to overcome in teaching this lesson?



    9. Make a list of at least five critical thinking questions and possible answers that are raised by the
       media clip you have chosen.
Strategy/ media clip #3:

    1. Name and describe the instructional strategy and specifically how you plan to enact this
       strategy.



    2. What is the name and source of your media? Note how long it is and what parts of a video you
       plan to show and where you might pause it for questions, for an activity, and so on.



    3. Who would be the audience for this lesson (not only grade level and subject area but also types
       of learners addressed, including notes about learning styles and multiple intelligences )? How
       are certain intelligences and styles targeted by this lesson?



    4. What do you want these students to learn in this lesson and how does this connect with the N.C.
       course of study (noting specific objectives)?



    5. Why do you think the media and instructional strategy you chose will help these students learn
       these objectives? Note how each (media and strategy) are appropriate for this content.



    6. How will the students be engaged in an interactive way with each of the media selections?



    7. How might the strategy you are using be better than direct instruction?



    8. What would be some of the obstacles to overcome in teaching this lesson?



    9. Make a list of at least five critical thinking questions and possible answers that are raised by the
       media clip you have chosen.

				
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