The Four C’s of Effective Instruction

FourCsSometimes it can be difficult to tell if you are making a difference in the growth of your learner’s skills. Are you helping? We have all had feelings of uncertainty.

Reading Horizons has provided a simple self-check that we can use to ensure that we are effective in our instruction.

  1. Clear instruction and processes
  2. Consistent processes
  3. Corrective (positive) feedback
  4. Connections to reading and writing

Ask yourself: Are my instructions clear? Am I consistent? Do I give positive feedback? Am I helping my learner connect these skills to reading and writing in their daily lives?

Read the full post from Reading Horizons here.


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