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    How would you differentiate the instruction in a classroom that included 4 special education students, 3 English Language Learners?

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    When differentiating instruction in the classroom, you need to be sure to address all the needs of all the students, which often can prove to be a challenge. What needs to happen is that assignments need to be based on the individual student's ability but focus on the same material.

    If you are teaching reading, then the special education students can be reading a book different than the ELL; or the ELL students can be practicing their English skills.

    If you are ...

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    Ways to differentiate instruction in a classroom setting. Below are suggestions on how to successfully differentiate instruction in a classroom comprised of special education students and English Language Learners.