What are the building blocks that guide explicit instruction?
Guide, prepare, and deliver instruction that strengthens your students’ math skills using the 16 components in this infographic.
16 Components of Explicit Instruction
Focus instruction on critical content.
Sequence skills logically.
Use task analysis to break down complex skills into smaller steps.
Design focused lessons.
Set the expectation to start the lesson.
Review prior skills.
Demonstrate stepwise instructions.
Use clear and concise language.
Provide examples and non-examples.
Provide students guided practice.
Require frequent responses.
Monitor student performance closely.
Provide immediate feedback.
Deliver instruction at a brisk pace.
Connect information across lessons and context.
Provide abundant time for practice and cumulative review.
Increase Student Success with Explicit Instruction
A powerful approach for teaching math is the use of explicit, systematic instruction. Improve performance in math while promoting generalization of related concepts. Download our white paper and learn how to apply the components of explicit math instruction.