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Exploring the Lesson Synthesis: When do I actually teach?

 During a problem-based lesson, the teacher does a lot of listening while monitoring student learning. When teachers are introduced to a problem-based lesson structure, they may wonder:

  • “Do we just hope that students will think about what we want?”
  • “How will students learn the things they need to know?”
  • “When do I actually teach?”
  • “Is this doable with the amount of instruction time I have?”

One answer to all of these questions is a well-executed lesson synthesis. 

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