Although this was a familiar process I was having a difficult time differentiating between the three levels of Application Feedback when delivering instruction. When we split into groups to create a sample lesson plan for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, my two partners helped me by comparing application feedback to my background knowledge. They explained it as "I Do, We Do, Ya'll Do, You do." This helped me gain a clear vision that it is just another model for explicit instruction. That is a great reminder why group work can be so powerful because it can help a student (me) gain deeper understanding of a concept. I also found Figure 11.2 helpful because it broke the nine events for delivering instruction into three familiar sections of preparation, delivery and practice, and wrap-up. I'm a very visual learner and all of the charts and figures really allow me to learn and retain the information presented.
Notes taken during class can be found here.