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Chapter 7 EDU 321
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A statement made by teachers before a presentation or before having students read textual materials that provides a structure for new information to be linked to students' prior knowledge.
statements or phrases that compare two things.
determines a learner's ability to deal with new ideas and relationships and that meaning can emerge from new materials only if they are connected to prior knowledge.
Knowledge about when it is appropriate to use particular declarative or procedural knowledge.
knowledge about something or that something is the case; knowledge of facts, concepts or principles.
procedure teachers use at the beginning of a lesson aimed at getting students ready to learn.
Prepositions or conjunctions used in a presentation that indicate the cause, result, means, or purpose of an event or idea.
Approach to teaching where teacher creates videos or other multimedia presentations for student to view as homework, thus freeing up class time to provide individual help and to hold discussions.
the process used by the mind to take in, store, and retrieve information for use.
a figure of speech where one thing is applied to something else.
an individual's (teacher or student) knowledge structure or the way information has been organized and stored in memory.
Statements made by teachers when explaining something that tells the students what is important or alerts them to important points coming up.
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