How to Use Content-Based Instruction

Updated September 14, 2022

Course Summary

Are you an educator seeking to enhance your knowledge of content-based instruction? If so, check out this convenient online course to review content-based instructional strategies, methods, preparation concepts and much more.

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Content-Based Instruction: Definition & Example

How to Use Content-Based Instruction 78K views 4 min

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2 hours of educational videos

33 self-paced lessons

6 practice tests

Expert Contributor: Dana Dance-Schissel

Dana teaches social sciences at the college level and English and psychology at the high school level. She has master's degrees in applied, clinical and community psychology.

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Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency Video  Take Quiz
What is Experiential Learning? - Definition, Theories & Examples Video  Take Quiz
Zone of Proximal Development and Scaffolding in the Classroom Video  Take Quiz
Student-Centered Instruction: Definition, Origin & Benefits Video  Take Quiz
The Role of Discourse in Language Development Video  Take Quiz
Language-Related vs. Content-Related Talk in the Classroom Text Lesson  Take Quiz
Questioning Techniques in the Classroom Video  Take Quiz
The Role of Native Language in Second Language Acquisition Video  Take Quiz
How to Teach Vocabulary to ESL Students Text Lesson  Take Quiz
How to Differentiate Instruction with Elements of Content Video  Take Quiz
Explicit vs. Implicit Instruction for Second-Language Grammar Video  Take Quiz
Content-Based Instruction: Co-Construction of Form Text Lesson  Take Quiz

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