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Classroom instruction as performance

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'''Classroom instruction as performance''' refers to a view (implicit or explicit) that treats the instructor's activities in the classroom as a "performance" with the performer being the instructor and the audience being the students. Such a performance may, for instance, be compared with the performance of entertainers (such as stage magicians), musicians, dancers, or theater performers.
* [[Board technique]]
* [[Classroom speech technique]]
* Interactive methods such as [[cold calling]] and [[polling]]
* [[Breaking the plane]]

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