Instructional Strategies

 Instructional Strategies


What do we want students to know and be able to do?

How will we know that they know or are able to do it?

What will we do when they don’t?

What will we do when they already do?

 Below are links to some strategies with which teachers may respond to the questions, “ What will we do when they don’t?” – “What will we do when they do?”


 Research Based Instructional Strategies

 Robert Marzano’s Categories of Instructional Strategies that Affect Student Achievement ( Summary )

Thematic instruction (You may find it time-saving to scroll down to “Implementation” in these links.)

Identifying similarities and differences

Summarizing and note taking

Reinforcing effort and providing recognition

Homework and practice

Nonlinguistic representation

Cooperative grouping

Setting objectives

Providing feedback

Generating and testing hypotheses

Simulations and games

Cues, questions, and advance organizers

 Additional Strategies

Developing students’ academic vocabulary

Building background knowledge


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