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instructional

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinstructionalin‧struc‧tion‧al /ɪnˈstrʌkʃənəl/ adjective formal  TEACHproviding instructioneducationalinstructional programmes/materials/techniques etc a free instructional video
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instructionalHe learned by watching an instructional videotape on how to play the guitar.instructional programmes/materials/techniques etcAstra from Letchworth advised on instructional techniques.The professional also learns quickly not to rely solely upon personal qualities and a limited collection of instructional materials.These tests have been used for individual student assessment and as instruments for the product evaluation of instructional programmes.They have helped develop curricula and have contributed instructional materials and advice.Arts reviews, instructional programmes and the weather may now be directly sponsored.The use of simple equipment to produce teacher-made instructional materials for classroom use. 4.The preview and evaluation of instructional materials through classroom use. 5.Included in the collection are diagnostic and testing materials, professional materials, and instructional materials to be used directly with learners.
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