Differentiation Strategies

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Differentiation Strategies by Mind Map: Differentiation Strategies

1. Learning Profiles

1.1. IEP

1.1.1. Demonstrate and model how to take measurements for the student and help the student to plot the first few points on the graph.

1.2. Visual Learner

1.2.1. Use of worksheet that has places to fill in the blanks.

1.2.2. Use of charts and images to represent data.

1.3. Kinesthetic

1.3.1. Tracing graphs with their fingers

1.3.2. Students move within the classroom to represent data on the graph.

1.4. Social

1.4.1. Students work on the activity in groups

2. Interests

2.1. Technology

2.1.1. Use a graphing utility to check the graphs they have created. Look up models of real word applications.

2.2. Art

2.2.1. Color or decorate the graphs to illustrate the key aspects.

3. Level of Readiness

3.1. Below Grade Level

3.1.1. Have the student plots the points on the graph and note how the shape is formed. Use language such a wave like or repeating.

3.2. Above Grade Level

3.2.1. For all aspects and key parts of the graph, the student should discuss why the graph has those vales. What would those values represent if this was a model of real world data? Use mathematical language to describe elements.

4. Objective: Students will be able to sketch graphs of sine and cosine functions showing key features, including intercepts; intervals where the function is increasing, decreasing, positive, or negative; relative maxima and minima; symmetries; end behavior; and periodicity.

5. Common core standard: Graph exponential and logarithmic functions, showing intercepts and end behavior, and trigonometric functions, showing period, midline, and amplitude.