Multilevel Instruction

Multilevel Instruction

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Approach based on the premise that one main lesson with varying methods of presentation, practice and evaluation will be taught to the whole group of learners. The key to successful implementation of multi-level instruction is identifying the aim of the module and the main concepts of the lessons. A multilevel course may include letting learners choose their own topics, mini-lessons focusing on a variety of topics and levels, and writing conferences focusing on the individual needs of the learners, in which to succeed. [1]


  1. (20 March 2008), (08 July 2008)