instructing, present participle; instructed, past tense; instructs, 3rd person singular present; instructed, past participle;
Direct or command someone to do something, esp. as an official order
she instructed him to wait
“Look at me,” he instructed
I instructed that she be given hot, sweet tea
Teach (someone) a subject or skill
he instructed them in the use of firearms
instructing electors how to record their votes
Give a person direction, information, or authorization, in particular
(of a judge) Give information, esp. clarification of legal principles, to (a jury)
Inform (someone) of a fact or situation
the bank was instructed that the money from the savings account was now held by the company
teach: impart skills or knowledge to; "I taught them French"; "He instructed me in building a boat"
give instructions or directions for some task; "She instructed the students to work on their pronunciation"
make aware of; "Have the students been apprised of the tuition hike?"
(instruction) direction: a message describing how something is to be done; "he gave directions faster than she could follow them"
(instruction) education: the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill; "he received no formal education"; "our instruction was carefully programmed"; "good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded"
(instruction) teaching: the profession of a teacher; "he prepared for teaching while still in college"; "pedagogy is recognized as an important profession"
(Instruction (band)) Instruction were an alternative rock band that formed in 2002 in Brooklyn, New York. The band consisted of lead vocalist Arthur Shepherd, bassist Adam Marino, lead guitarist Tom Capone and drummer Ti Kreck.
(Instructing) inspired believers how to take the steps necessary for God to heal their land
(Instruction) State program classification that includes all "funds expended for activities which are part of the institution's instructional program" (e.g., courses and experiences for degree-seeking students)
(Instruction) Per A-21, means the teaching and training activities of an institution. Except for research training as provided in organized research, this term includes all teaching and training activities, whether they are offered for credits toward a degree or certificate or on a non-credit ...
(Instruction) When a vendor instructs an estate agent to market a property
(Instruction) A grouping of characters that specifies the computer operation to be performed.
(instruction) A direction given by the judge to the jury concerning the law to be applied in the case.
(Instruction) any activity or program that supports the interaction between students, faculty and content with the aim of learning.
(instruction) The process of implementing a curriculum.
Instruction is the delivery of information and activities that facilitate learner's attainment of intended learning goals.
("Instruction") shall mean Customer order to the Dealer to open/close a position or to place/modify/delete an order.
(Instruction) A command that tells the processor to do something, like add two numbers or get some data from the memory.
(Instruction) A line of programming code that causes action from the System Controller. See Command.
(Instruction) A single command in the assembly language of the CPU. When executed, an instruction modifies some of the parts of the CPU in a deterministic fashion.
(Instruction) A verbal or written advice to undertake professional services.
(Instruction) Each single operation that a computer is capable of performing, associated with a unique number.
(Instruction) Golf is virtually impossible to learn from a book, and some personalised instruction is absolutely essential, but there are a handful of simple admonitions that every player would do well to commit to memory:
(Instruction) How faculty guide their class toward the final outcomes, using enabling objectives.
(Instruction) Learning experiences facilitated by the teacher where students actively engage in exploring content, solving problems, practicing skills, or developing new understanding of how academic content has connections to the world around them. ...