Drill and Practice
Drill and practice is a technique used to help learners master skills to the desired level of automaticity and fluency. Drill-and-practice, like memorization, involves repetition of basic knowledge and fundamental skills, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, or spelling skills. Drill and practice programs present interactive questions and answers with appropriate feedback.
Which is NOT a characteristic of a drill and practice activity?
Repetitive practice | Teaches a new concept | Timed responses