Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All

Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All

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by Gayle H. Gregory, Carolyn M. Chapman
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0761945504

ISBN-13: 9780761945505

Pub. Date: 11/01/2001

Publisher: SAGE Publications

This expanded second edition presents planners, templates, rubrics, graphic organizers, and a step-by-step guide to lesson planning and adjustable assignments to help all students succeed.

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This expanded second edition presents planners, templates, rubrics, graphic organizers, and a step-by-step guide to lesson planning and adjustable assignments to help all students succeed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761945505
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
11/01/2001
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents


Preface     xi
About the Authors     xiii
One Size Doesn't Fit All     1
As With Clothing, So With Lessons: One Size Does Not Fit All     1
Tools and Strategies for Designing Inclusive Differentiated Classrooms for Diverse Learners     6
The Six-Step Planning Model for Differentiated Learning: Template     8
Creating a Climate for Learning     9
Emotional Intelligence Chart     15
Knowing the Learner     23
Learning Styles: Learning Is Affected by Such Factors as Time of Day and Environment     25
How Do You Like to Learn?     27
Learners Tend to Favor One Particular Learning Style But Are Capable of Working in All Four Areas, as Suggested by Bernice McCarthy's 4MAT Model     29
A Matrix of Learning Styles Illustrates Their Connections and Similarities     31
How Are You Intelligent?     35
What Is Your Unique Multiple Intelligences Profile?     36
Teachers Can Capture Observations Over Time About Students' Multiple Intelligences and Transfer Them to Student Profiles     37
Eight Intelligences: Self-Reflection Tool Used by Students Individually or With Peers     39
Yes-Maybe-No Line     40
Focusing on Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom     41
Suggestions forUsing the Eight Multiple Intelligences     42
Assessing the Learner     47
Squaring Off Sample at Sea     50
Squaring Off Sample on Land     51
Performance Assessment Examples     66
Adjusting, Compacting, and Grouping     71
Adjustable-Assignments Model: Money     73
Adjustable Assignments: Spanish     75
Adjustable-Assignments Grid for Use by Teachers to Record Data About Student Readiness Levels     76
Curriculum Compacting: Used to Provide Enrichment for Advanced Learners Beyond the Regular Curriculum     78
Collaborative Jigsaw Compacting     80
In-Class Compacting     80
Personal Agenda to Keep Track of Time and Tasks     82
Double-Duty Log     83
Stick Picks: Used to Create Random Groups of Heterogeneous Learners     87
Wagon Wheel Teaming: Rotating Concentric Circles to Form Teams of Three or Four Learners at Different Levels     88
Instructional Strategies for Student Success     95
Learning and Remembering New Information: A Complex Process     98
Instructional Strategies for Improving Student Achievement: Best Practice, Brain Research, and Teaching Tactics     102
Venn Diagram: Used to Identify an Area of Overlap Between Two Topics      104
Cross-Classification Compare and Contrast Matrix     104
Comparing 2 Things Flow Chart     106
Example of a Word Web Used to Organize and Classify Primary and Secondary Concepts Related to World War II     107
Graphic Organizer Framework     108
Social Skill: Listening to Others     111
Reflection on Group Work     112
Keeping Students on Task Bookmarks     114
Jigsaw Strategy: Used to Enhance Interdependence With More Advanced Learners     116
Character Sketch: Used as an Organizer by Four Students When Reading a Story or Novel     118
Aligning Lesson Plans With the Six Levels of Bloom's Taxonomy     121
Question Starters and Classroom Activities Differentiated According to Bloom's Taxonomy     122
Use of Different Verbs, Tasks, and Commands on Each Side of a Cube     125
Cubes Vary in Color and Tasks Depending on the Prior Knowledge and Interests of the Learners     126
Choice Board for Role-Playing     128
Curriculum Approaches for Differentiated Classrooms     133
Center Example: The Magic Egg     137
Center Example: Bottled Eggs     138
Center Planning Template     139
Clipboard Cruising for Data Collection     141
Center Checklists: Used to Address Targeted Needs of the Group     143
Sample Feedback Card for Students to Assess Centers After They Have Worked in Them     144
Multiple Intelligences: Suggestions for Centers and Projects     145
Rubric for Project     149
Sample Choice Board for Migration Project     153
Bill of Rights Choice Board     154
Choice Board for Studying the Solar System     155
Sample Choice Board for Social Studies     156
Sample Choice Wheel     157
Choice Boards May Include Scrolls and Pyramids     157
Multiple Intelligences Choice Board     158
Flow Chart for a Basic Inquiry Model     161
Choice Board for Study of World War II     163
Contract Form for Student to Fill In After Choosing an Activity     164
Contract Form in Which the Teacher Provides Some Core Activities     165
Questions Teachers Need to Ask Themselves as They Plan and Design Contracts     170
Putting It Ali Together in Your Differentiated Classroom     171
The Six-Step Planning Model for Differentiated Learning: Template     172
Adjustable-Assignments Grid to Record Data About Student Readiness Levels: Template     173
Planning for Differentiated Learning for Early Elementary Math: Reading the Analog Clock/Telling Time      174
Adjustable-Assignments Grid for Early Elementary Math: Understanding the Clock and Elapsed Time     175
Planning for Differentiated Learning for Upper Elementary Science: Interpreting the Periodic Table     176
Adjustable-Assignments Grid for Upper Elementary Science: Interpreting the Periodic Table     177
Planning for Differentiated Learning for Middle School Science: Exploring the Functions of the Body's Skeletal and Muscular Systems     178
Planning for Differentiated Learning for High School Social Studies: Examining the Impact of European Immigration on American Culture     179
Checklist of Questions for Teachers Planning Differentiated Learning for Their Students     180
Bibliography     181
Index     187

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