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What is Modeling?

The teacher models a skill or strategy for students using a gradual release method that follows the pattern: “I do, we do, you do.” The teacher uses a variety of instructional methods while thinking aloud and explicitly modeling a skill or strategy for students. Then, the teacher models the strategy alongside the students before allowing them to work independently.

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