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Teaching strategies to differentiate instruction for students with different learning profiles

for 8th Grade Social Studies

Standard the objective is designed to meet: "Students will use a variety of intellectual skills to demonstrate their understanding of major ideas, eras, themes, developments, and turning points in world history and examine the broad sweep of history from a variety of perspectives."

Objective: Identify two distinctly different perspectives favoring the abolition of slavery prior to the Civil War, the differences, and the reasons for them

Student #1, Yasmeen, is most attentive when activities involve a visual emphasis, such as watching a performance or a video, following written instructions, or utilizing graphic aids such as images, charts, and maps. She is less tuned in when listening to instruction or being asked to contribute to academic conversation. She is interested in fashion, music, and playing sports. She has difficulty focusing and staying on task.

Student #2, Warren, is not big on analytical or abstract thinking; he is a “doer” who likes hands-on creative activities and group activities. He is known to excel in art class, especially in projects that have crossed over into elements of design and engineering. He also likes video games. He is behind grade level in reading and writing.