Controlled materials ____.
a. are generally two grade levels below a student's current reading level
b. are usually taken from the tool skills of math and composition writing
c. are relatively free of complex vocabulary
d. usually contain complex concepts
Ms. DuBois stated orally the steps that students needed to do to complete the day's math
problems. Ms. DuBois then assigned the students ten problems to complete
independently at their seats. Soon, Ms. DuBois discovered that many students, with and
without special needs, were unable to do the problems. What is the major problem with
how Ms. DuBois taught this skill?
a. Stating the steps orally at the beginning probably bored her students.
b. Not enough review of previous skills was provided.
c. There is no problem and Ms. DuBois needs to wait until the students discover how to
do the problems on their own.
d. Not enough direct instruction on how to solve the problems was provided.
Overcorrection is an example of ____.