Differentiating Lesson Plans (Student Interest (Student 2: Games (Teaching…
Differentiating Lesson Plans
Student 2: Games
Teaching Strategy: Student create their own games in groups using material from multiple sources. the objective is to create a game that serves as a tool to help students review the material from class.
Teaching Strategy: Fact check Jeopardy. Students will play the game Jeopardy with the twist being that the clues, quotes, and videos need to be verified. Teams can steal points if they can prove that their answer or the clues content is accurate information.
Student 1: Drawing
Teaching Strategy: Students will create a story board about a topic that they have researched, using images that they either create or find to tell the story of the topic/event.
Teaching Strategy: Students will create a booklet of the Amendments of the Constitution and draw a picture that directly correlates to the policy in the Amendment
Level of Readiness
Student 2: Experimental Entry Point
Teaching Strategy: Students will either be a Star-Bellied Sneetch or a normal Sneetch. We will reenact the book and this is meant to let students experience was it was like to deal with racism and discrimination.
Teaching Strategy: Students will be assigned a title/profession from the French Revolution and will look at a day in the life of these people.
Student 1: Narrational Entry Point
Teaching Strategy: Students will create a story from the viewpoint of a bystander during a certain historical event.
Teaching Strategy: Students will be given country and will have to tell the story of that country.
Learning Objective: Students will be able to creatively apply data from a primary or secondary sources.
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Student 1: Aural Learner
Teaching Strategy: Epic Rap battles. Student are to watch an Epic Rap Battle and then compare the information in the video with actual facts that they find and research.
Teaching Strategy: Students are to create songs to help them remember and understand the material.
Student 2: Solitary Learner
Teaching Strategy: Hidden Expert. Students are given an event or time period and they are create a display of something that they find interesting. If the student is into music then they can choose to create a display on the music of that time period or event.
Teaching Strategy: Study Guide and Independent Study. Students are given a list of potential questions on a quiz/test and they answer the questions by themselves.