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    HANDOUT Differentiated Instruction HANDOUT Differentiated Instruction Document Transcript

    • Strategies for Differentiated Instruction in the Foreign Language Classroom XI National Conference for Teachers of English What is differentiated instruction? What is it NOT? A. B. C. Differentiation of Content, Activities, and Products Content Activities Products • Audio-recorded • Activity choice • Tiered products text material boards • Student choice of • Reading buddies • Varied journal mode of • Multiple texts prompts demonstrated • Multiple • Tiered activities learning supplementary • Multilevel learning • Internet-based material center tasks investigations • Small-group direct • Similar readiness • Independent study instruction groups • Varied rubrics • Varied graphic • Mixed readiness • Criteria for organizers groups with success generated • Internet-based targeted roles by individuals mini-lessons • Student choice of • Compacting work arrangement • Multilevel • Learning contracts computer programs Barriers & Bridges Erin Lowry, July 2010 erin.lowry@gmail.com
    • Strategies for Differentiated Instruction in the Foreign Language Classroom XI National Conference for Teachers of English Diverse Learning Needs Examples of Diverse Learning in My Examples of How I Try to Address Classroom Varied Learner Needs Erin Lowry, July 2010 erin.lowry@gmail.com
    • Strategies for Differentiated Instruction in the Foreign Language Classroom XI National Conference for Teachers of English Many Ways to Differentiate! Low Preparation Differentiation High Preparation Differentiation Choice of Books Tiered Activities Homework Options Tiered Products Use of Reading Buddies Independent Study Various Journal Prompts Multiple Texts Varied Pacing with anchor options Multiple Testing Options Student/Teacher Goal Setting Alternative Assessments Work Alone or Together 4-MAT Flexible Seating Course Compacting Varied Computer Programs Spelling by Readiness Design-A-Day Varying Organizers Varied Supplemental Materials Community Mentorships Options for Varied Modes of Expression Tiered Centers Varied Scaffolding Interest Centers Computer Mentors Stations Think-Pair-Share by Readiness, Interest, Learning Profiles Group Investigations Open-ended Activities Choice Boards Explorations by Interest Think-Tac-Toe Options for Competition Simulations Flexible-Learning Groups by Readiness, Interest, Learning Profile Students Are Assessed in Multiple Ways Different Levels of Thinking: Cubing Side 1 DESCRIBE IT, Recall, name, locate, list Side 2 COMPARE IT, Contrast, Example, Explain, Write Side 3 ASSOCIATE IT, Connect, Make, Design Side 4 ANALYZE IT, Review, Discuss, Diagram Side 5 APPLY IT, Propose, Suggest, Prescribe Side 6 ARGUE FOR/AGAINST IT, Debate, Formulate, Support Erin Lowry, July 2010 erin.lowry@gmail.com
    • Strategies for Differentiated Instruction in the Foreign Language Classroom XI National Conference for Teachers of English Differentiating Process: Tic-Tac-Toe Choice Board Flexible Grouping: Clock Buddies Erin Lowry, July 2010 erin.lowry@gmail.com