Differentiating Lesson Plans

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Differentiating Lesson Plans by Mind Map: Differentiating Lesson Plans

1. Summary and reflection

2. Student 1

2.1. I will learn about your students’ learning profiles, interests, and levels of readiness by:

2.1.1. Interests - Choices and Backgrounds

2.1.1.1. give students a pre-assessment to determine their learning style.

2.1.2. Readiness to receive content- Current Skill Level

2.1.2.1. The Teacher should review student current understanding of the objective. i.e a reading assessment. similar to the one in the link

2.1.3. Learning Profile

2.1.3.1. in addition to the teacher finding out The students would do self-evaluations simlilar to the following link

2.2. Teaching Strategies x 2

2.2.1. Learning Profile - brain intelligences

2.2.1.1. Students propose their own designs.

2.2.2. Interests - Choices and Backgrounds

2.2.2.1. Think-Pair-Share

2.2.2.2. Save the Last Word (PDF)

2.2.2.3. Literature Circles (which also support content differentiation)

2.2.3. Readiness - Current Skill Level

2.2.3.1. Differentiating content includes using various delivery formats such as video, readings, lectures, or audio.

2.3. 21st century technology

3. Student 2

3.1. Teaching Strategies x 2

3.1.1. Learning Profile - brain intelligences

3.1.1.1. Teachers give choices where students pick from formats.

3.1.2. Interests - Choices and Backgrounds

3.1.2.1. Journaling

3.1.2.2. Partner talk

3.1.3. Readiness - Current Skill Level

3.1.3.1. Content may be chunked, shared through graphic organizers, addressed through jigsaw groups

3.2. I will learn about your students’ learning profiles, interests, and levels of readiness by:

3.2.1. Readiness to receive content- Current Skill Level

3.2.1.1. The Teacher should review student current understanding of the objective. i.e a reading assessment. similar to the one in the link to the Brainpop Movie then quiz.

3.2.2. Interests - Choices and Backgrounds

3.2.2.1. give students a pre-assessment to determine their learning style, either individually (like opposite) or as a class, like this

3.2.3. Learning Profile - Brain intelligences

3.2.3.1. There are a number of tests for the studnets to carry out to help determine their learning profile, for example

3.2.3.1.1. Sternberg’s Triarchaic Theory of Intelligences

3.2.3.1.2. Bernice McCarthy’s 4-Mat

3.2.3.1.3. Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences

3.2.3.1.4. True Colors

3.2.3.1.5. Myers-Briggs

4. The objective for grade 4 “Students will read and recognize root/base words and affixes in unfamiliar multi-syllabic words with accuracy.”