Differentiating Instructions (5 Students who have limited knowledge…
5 Students who answered most of the questions correctly
Create Advanced games for them to play
Give them more complex and in depth materials to learn while using more advanced vocabulary
Give them more independence on projects and assignments, that way the teacher can focus more on the other students who need more attention and assistance
Give them less time to finish their tasks, projects or essays to challenge them and keep them focused
Pair each of them with the students who are ELL students or those who may be struggling. Have them become leaders to teach what they know and how they understand it. Sometimes students learn better from their peers rather than their instructor.
12 Students who know some but need to develop higher order thinking skills
Have the students review orally to each other and test each other on content knowledge
Write down key concepts that they didn't understand to later ask the instructor about. Here the teacher would keep note of what he/she would need to focus on in their next lesson
Student lead classes, give them a project where the have to teach each other content that others did not understand.
Provide Visual Aids such as; drawings, concrete items or photographs
5 Students who have limited knowledge
Offer mini- courses on research topics or let them group up for projects as alternatives of independent work
Content can be given slower and less complexed vocabulary would be used for them
Assessments can be given more leeway when grading them. For example, they may only need to find 3 resources rather than 5 resources. This way they do not feel overwhelmed.
Speak slower, give them more visual cues, and use more gestures when delivering content
Creat tasks that closely match the student's skill levels, that way those who may be ELL or has a learning disability can feel motivated and not overwhelmed when tackling a lesson or an activity
Give them a different rubric fo their research essay, grade them more on content rather than their sentence structure
Give them more time to finish their projects, have more patience with them
Provide Visual Aids: Drawings, concrete items or photographs for them to relate to.
Allow them to use their computers to translate words and phrases into their first language
Speak in Chinese when need be