Using a Before-During-After (BDA) Model to Plan Effective Secondary Mathematics Lessons
Jane Wilburne, Winnie Peterson
October 2007, Volume 101, Issue 3, Page 209
Article describes what a before-during-after (BDA) format is and provides two examples of how it is implemented in high school mathematics classes. Each component of the lesson plans is detailed and explained in order to maximize the students' engagement. Includes a teacher outline for constructing your own BDA lessons.
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