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instruction

n. an explanation of the law governing a case which the judge gives orally to the jury after the attorneys have presented all the evidence and have made final arguments, but before the jury begins deliberations.

instruction

another word, used mainly in the USA, for the judge's CHARGE to a jury.

INSTRUCTION, French law. This word signifies the means used and formality employed to prepare a case for trial. it is generally applied to criminal cases, and is then called criminal, instruction; it is then defined the acts and proceedings which tend to prove positively a crime or delict, in order to inflict on the guilty person the punishment which he deserves.

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It has a multi-media instructional design approach, the most important features of its instructional design are correspondence package which includes self-learning printed text and supplementary material, Radio and television transmitting in remote areas, tutorial instructional support and course assignments are part of the course wares.40 E-learning and Centre for Instructional Design supporting, updating and modifying the instructional design of the university.
As physical therapy instructors organize and present material to prepare graduates who will be effective contemporary practitioners of physical therapy, the instructor should consider the instructional methods and instructional media that will be used (Jensen, Mostrom, & Shepherd, 2013).
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Adding to it R.K Prasad,CEO, CommLab India said, "Many people may have formal qualifications in instructional design or may have been self-taught.
The best predictor of students' perceiving that an instructor cares about whether they learn is the presence of instructional immediacy (Teven, 2001).
In Chapter 1 on understanding instructional theory, Reigeluth and Carr-Chellman define instruction as "anything that is done purposely to facilitate learning" (p.
Computers and other instructional media can be valuable tools for the agriculture teacher to engage learners, provide more variety in teaching, and provide learning experiences and opportunities beyond the traditional classroom.
Thus, instructional leaders provide a wide road map to the staff members and clearly explain it.
This is why, and how, CTE instructional coaches often become the face of CTE in large school districts; instructional coaches provide mentorship to teachers and they also listen to the teachers' aspirations and concerns.
Ossom said the UBE Act, 2004 mandated UBEC to provide free instructional materials to learners in the basic education sub-sector.
This requires the use of multiple strategies incorporated in teaching to facilitate the process of knowledge transfer which presented a base for including 'Instructional planning and strategies' in the professional standards for teachers.

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