Eric learns to make a fruit salad
The teacher teaches steps to the student.
The teacher teaches the sequences
The student watches and learns from the teacher
Instructional approaches are structured, sequenced and led by the teacher
There is a presentation of the content in a lecture or demonstration
The information is being directed at the students
The teacher creates assignments, goals and strict outlines for the students
Students are typically given instruction on how to do the assignment or activity
Eric's mom Sandy wants to show him how to make a fruit salad. She is going to show him the steps so he can learn in sequenced steps.
Sandy gets out all the ingredients and explains how to cut each fruit and all the components of the fruit salad. During instruction she asks Eric if he as any questions and keeps the end goal in mind.
Eric now knows how to make a fruit salad since he watched his mom do it. Eric learned from watching and seeing the steps done in sequence.
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