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Hi Teachers

I have ( dedction ) & ( indection ) strategies in our lesson plan .
But I don �t have enough information about these startegies to apply them in the my class.
Can you help me ??
Thanks Alot

15 Mar 2013      


Hello Marwa.

I think what you may be looking for is inductive and deductive strategies. Here is some information for you (taken from the the website www2.education.ualberta.ca/)
There is more information there on this topic if you search deductive and inductive.

"Two very distinct and opposing instructional approaches are inductive and deductive. Both approaches can offer certain advantages, but the biggest difference is the role of the teacher. In a deductive classroom, the teacher conducts lessons by introducing and explaining concepts to students, and then expecting students to complete tasks to practice the concepts; this approach is very teacher-centred. Conversely, inductive instruction is a much more student-centred approach and makes use of a strategy known as �noticing�."

Hope this helps you get started.

Have a great day.

15 Mar 2013     


thanks for helping

15 Mar 2013