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How I Teach Fluency Lawrence Snyder
 

Summary: How I Teach Fluency
Lawrence Snyder
Note to Reader: This description has been written for both UW and non-UW audiences, with the result that
it contains detail not needed by one or the other audience. Please excuse the inclusion of this extra
information and ignore it. Thank you.
2004, Lawrence Snyder All rights reserved.
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Contents
Structure of this document.................................................................................................. 3
Brief Review of Recent History.......................................................................................... 4
Meta Concepts .................................................................................................................... 7
Class Goals and Structures.............................................................................................. 7
Alternatives................................................................................................................. 8
Classifying Material...................................................................................................... 10
Skills ......................................................................................................................... 10
Concepts.................................................................................................................... 11
Capabilities ............................................................................................................... 11
Teaching Capabilities and Class Demonstrations......................................................... 12
Specify the Guidelines .............................................................................................. 12
Set Up a Demonstration............................................................................................ 13

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences