Week Seven- Case Scenario
Using one of the case scenarios from the resource section, create a situation in which you will use differentiated instruction. Explain how you will plan lessons for the classroom set up according to the scenario of your choice. The first paragraph ( the introductory paragraph) should explain which scenario you will use to create your plan. Without the introductory paragraph, I cannot grade your plan for the scenario. Use the six steps for implementing Differentiated Instruction that Gregory and Chapman outlined in chapter one pages 8 and 9 of your text. Each of the six steps must be named and you must show how each is used in your planned scenario. Also look at the information given about each step. You MUST observe the examples on pages 8.9,10, 90-95,143,190, and best of all page194, This assignment must be done using the chart given on either of these pages as a model for your presentation. Create a chart just like these examples to present your material and plan your case. The chart on page 194 in your textbook is a very good model to use for your chosen scenario. Be sure to check the rubric for this assignment in your syllabus.
Case Scenario- 30 points
1. Clear statement in the introduction of the scenario you chose to do. 3pts
2. Proper and clear use of the six steps for planning differentiated instruction. 9pts
3. Clearly connects the steps to the activities used for differentiation. 9pts
4. Clearly connects the steps to the scenario chosen .6pts
5. Scenario is clearly written and well done. 3pts
Week Seven- Case Scenario Using one of the case scenarios from the resource section, create a situation in which you will use differentiated instruction. Explain how you will plan lessons for the clas
Classroom Scenarios- Secondary Methods Choosing a topic from your major study, plan differentiated instruction lessons for one of the following scenarios. Use pages 8,9,10 from chapter One create a scenario using the six step plan for differentiated instruction. You may also use page 190 from chapter eight in your textbook as samples of completed differentiated lessons. Scenarios You have a classroom of 25 tenth grade students. Five of them have IEPs two of them are ADHD and the other three have language disorders. You have five students identified as gifted and talented. The remaining 15 students are of average ability. Mrs. Beckers teaches 19 – 9th grade students at second period. The students are bright. However Michael loves to hum: Tito, Harold, Barbara and Tonya constantly try to carry on senseless conversations that are not related to the lessons; Sarah loves to read, Juan Carlos has difficulty doing so in English ( he is an ESL student), and Jackson is reads on a third grade level. Mrs. Escalante teaches an 11th grade AP class. The standard is that the student will analyze (interpret, compare, contrast, evaluate) and use reading and writing to show research skills. 4. Ms. Young has a fifth period class of twenty-five 10th-12th students who are all very talkative. There are five female students on the soccer team who do everything together in class. Two of the soccer players have a learning disability and cannot keep up academically with the other three girls. There are also four football players who are outspoken and love to get the girls’ attention, but have extreme difficulty getting their work done. One of these football payers has an IEP and struggles with reading problems.