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Differentiated instruction must be carefully planned for when designing lessons for students. Based on your knowledge and research information provide a brief example of a lesson that has been planned for differentiation and your recommendations for how this lesson can be modified to include the principals of differentiation.

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Differentiated Instruction and Lesson Planning

Differentiated instruction must be carefully planned for when designing lessons for students. Based on your knowledge and research information provide a brief example of a lesson that has been planned for differentiation and your recommendations for how this lesson can be modified to include the principals of differentiation.

Differentiated instruction means providing students with different opportunities to learn content; the processes in which construct their understanding of the content, or the product they produce that shows their understanding based on their ability. This considers their learning style, their current knowledge and/or interests about the topic or concept and how they show their understanding. Another area to consider is their culture and backgrounds along with age appropriateness of the activities.

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First, you will want to determine your desired results from the lesson for ALL students. This will focus what content is ...

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Differentiated instruction means providing students with different opportunities to learn content; the processes in which construct their understanding of the content, or the product they produce that shows their understanding based on their ability. This considers their learning style, their current knowledge and/or interests about the topic or concept and how they show their understanding. Another area to consider is their culture and backgrounds along with age appropriateness of the activities.

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Differentiated Instruction in a Lesson Plan

Select a postsecondary lesson plan, an instructional module/training plan, or one segment of a workshop or seminar agenda. Using your selected postsecondary lesson plan or segment of a seminar or workshop, recommend two modifications for each of the four ways of differentiating instruction that were discussed in class. These include the following.

a. Differentiating the content to be learned
b. Varying or altering the instructional strategies used to teach the required content
c. Varying the end product used to demonstrate mastery of the required content
d. Varying or altering the environment to accommodate varied learning styles
Include a discussion of how you think each recommended modification will facilitate and engage adult learners.

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