Ten Guidelines for Writing Instructional Sequences

Siegel, Ernest; Siegel, Rita
April 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Apr1975, Vol. 8 Issue 4
Academic Journal
Presents guidelines for writing instructional sequences based on experiences and ideas of authors and education majors in various colleges. Identification of sequential components in task analysis; Sequence of teaching a child to differentiate between the sounds of the letters S and Sm.


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