Differentiated activities based on the pre-assessment (Progress Tracking:…
Differentiated activities based on the pre-assessment
5 students who are already content experts
Building advanced knowledge:
Using worksheets available for honors students and talking to a math honors teacher would give ideas for tougher activities.
Applications of mathematics
Coding is a integral part of all industries nowadays. Graphics part of coding uses a lot of math. Students can be asked to experiment and analyze simple codes.
Exploring real life applications of math: Students can discover applications of it in real life.
which aim at higher level of the content. This is may a bit difficult for high school
12 students who have some knowledge but need to develop higher order thinking skills
These students can be guided through activities or experiments with explicit instruction set to kindle the higher order thinking skills.
: Students should be able to analyze and predict probable answers.
5 students with limited knowledge
SPED kids, ELL kids all reap benefit by creating visuals to learn. Students with Autism and ADHD have trouble retaining information. Visuals will help.
Creating charts enumerating steps for each type of question with graphs
Since the other two group are given a student centered activity, time can be spent to reteach the concepts for these students.
Use academic videos appropriate for the content with formative assessments during or after each video.
SPED kids especially autistic and ADHD might have more focus in academic videos
English videos with the student's native language as subtitles might help students with different levels of English proficiency.
Reteaching by direct teaching will be beneficial only when the group is small.
Error analysis: Students can be made to analyze their mistakes and write the correct method.
Entry and Exit tickets