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A '''technique''' is a procedure that is used as a single [[strategy]]. The difference with a [[method]] is that the procedure is used as usual, frequent strategy. For instance, ''[[Phillips 6.6]]'' could be used as a technique if the teacher applies it once a week or once a month. It could be used as a method if he/she uses it in every classroom as usual procedure to develop [[teaching]] and [[learning]].
 
A '''technique''' is a procedure that is used as a single [[strategy]]. The difference with a [[method]] is that the procedure is used as usual, frequent strategy. For instance, ''[[Phillips 6.6]]'' could be used as a technique if the teacher applies it once a week or once a month. It could be used as a method if he/she uses it in every classroom as usual procedure to develop [[teaching]] and [[learning]].
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Latest revision as of 23:52, August 28, 2011

A technique is a procedure that is used as a single strategy. The difference with a method is that the procedure is used as usual, frequent strategy. For instance, Phillips 6.6 could be used as a technique if the teacher applies it once a week or once a month. It could be used as a method if he/she uses it in every classroom as usual procedure to develop teaching and learning.

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