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Which instructional functions are most effective with your target population? Justify your response. Describe two strategies to motivate learners to be engaged in the instructional activity. What factors contributed to the success of the strategy?

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As you briefly contemplate which instructional functions are the most effective with your own target population, I feel that for me, cooperative learning or collaborative group work functions strongly exemplify one of my "go to" strategies because they differentiate instruction, allow students to verbally process materials with peers, encourage brainstorming and critical thinking, and are ...

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