In-class explainer exposition

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In-class explainer exposition refers to one of the more common activities in a class, particularly in a direct instruction context for theoretical subjects. Here, the explainer is providing visual and auditory cues to learners, such as by speaking, writing, and presenting slides. Activities that may happen as small interludes within class exposition include cold calling, polling, and questions or comments?.

In-class explainer exposition can be contrasted with other activities that happen in a class, including in-class desk work, in-class learner exposition, and in-class third-party consumption.

Explainers often rely on a class script to guide in-class explainer exposition.

Counterparts include text exposition and video exposition.