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Teaching strategies are more effective when students are involved in policy making ;for example discipline rules are more powerful when generated by students.
- Help students to understand why a strategy is useful.
- Describe explicitly how the strategy should be used. Teacher demonstration, modeling, and follow-up independent practice are critical factors for success. Student discussion following strategy instruction is also helpful.
Effective language instruction comes later when students are disciplined.