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1 Differentiated Instruction Activating Strategy Instructional Strategy Summarizing Strategy Kimberly Griffin EDD 841: Dr. Clay Crowder

2 TARGET AUDIENCE 6 TH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS. NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL IN GWINNETT COUNTY NOT SURE OF THE LEVEL OF TRAINING ON DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION.

3 What is “differentiation”? Differentiation is responsive teaching rather than one size fits all teaching (Tomlinson, 2005). Whole Group Individualized Instruction

4 Teachers differentiate in response to STUDENT: Interests Learning Style Readiness Work together as a team to know your students!

5 When differentiating… Teachers plan PROACTIVELY! 1.WHAT to teach … CONTENT 2. HOW students learn… PROCESS 3. HOW students show new knowledge… PRODUCT (Tomlinson, 2003)

6 Four 6 th Grade S.S. Students Juan R. (Unique Interest): Really enjoys social studies and learning about WWI & WWII. Fascinated with the map and enjoys drawing different regions of the world Difficulty with vocabulary in social studies Ratisha R. (Low Readiness): Struggles with reading comprehension. Enjoys basketball and most sports. Gets along well with her peers and loves to do small group work. Alvin W. (High Readiness): Gifted program since 2 nd grade & enjoys all subjects. Performs well in all academic and great leader. Peers like him. Often in “time-out” because of his outburst. Yareli H. (Learning Preference): Been in the U.S. since age 6. Enjoys hands-on projects. Loves to do projects that allow her to create visually. Tends to “get it” with pictures, videos clips, or diagrams.

7 Activating Strategy “Snowball Fight”

8 Profiles Juan R. (Unique Interest): Really enjoys social studies and learning about WWI & WWII. Fascinated with the map and enjoys drawing different regions of the world Difficulty with vocabulary in social studies Ratisha R. (Low Readiness): Struggles with reading comprehension. Enjoys basketball and most sports. Gets along well with her peers and loves to do small group work. Alvin W. (High Readiness): Gifted program since 2 nd grade & enjoys all subjects. Performs well in all academic and great leader. Peers like him. Often in “time-out” because of his outburst. Yareli H. (Learning Preference): Been in the U.S. since age 6. Enjoys hands-on projects. Loves to do projects that allow her to create visually. Tends to “get it” with pictures, videos clips, or diagrams.

9 Introduction/Scene 1Scene 2Scene 3Scene 4 Scene 5Scene 6Scene 7Conclusion “Fall of Aztec & Inca Empires” Instructional Strategy Role Plays Directions: With your group, create a skit that depicts the fall of one of the early civilizations that we have studied. You may use your “Fall of Aztec & Inca Empires” PowerPoint notes, Venn diagram, Guided Reading, and pages in Journey Across Time (purple textbook). Here are the two options for your skit:  If you chose the Aztec civilization, be sure to include Hernan Cortes and Montezuma in your skit.  If you chose the Inca civilization, be sure to include Francisco Pizarro and Atahualpa in your skit. Before you get started, your group needs to brainstorm ideas for your skit. Next, fill in the storyboard below with the scenes of your role play. You can choose to either draw your scenes or use words to describe what you are going to do. You will need to show me this so that I can approve your skit

10 Profiles Juan R. (Unique Interest): Really enjoys social studies and learning about WWI & WWII. Fascinated with the map and enjoys drawing different regions of the world Difficulty with vocabulary in social studies Ratisha R. (Low Readiness): Struggles with reading comprehension. Enjoys basketball and most sports. Gets along well with her peers and loves to do small group work. Alvin W. (High Readiness): Gifted program since 2 nd grade & enjoys all subjects. Performs well in all academic and great leader. Peers like him. Often in “time-out” because of his outburst. Yareli H. (Learning Preference): Been in the U.S. since age 6. Enjoys hands-on projects. Loves to projects that allow her to create visually. Tends to “get it” with pictures, videos clips, or diagrams.

11 Summarizing Strategy Think – Pair – Share - Write

12 Think-Pair-Share-Write A student listening to a teacher’s lecture The same student retelling a classmate what the teacher said

13 Profiles Juan R. (Unique Interest): Really enjoys social studies and learning about WWI & WWII. Fascinated with the map and enjoys drawing different regions of the world Difficulty with vocabulary in social studies Ratisha R. (Low Readiness): Struggles with reading comprehension. Enjoys basketball and most sports. Gets along well with her peers and loves to do small group work. Alvin W. (High Readiness): Gifted program since 2 nd grade & enjoys all subjects. Performs well in all academic and great leader. Peers like him. Often in “time-out” because of his outburst. Yareli H. (Learning Preference): Been in the U.S. since age 6. Enjoys hands-on projects. Loves to projects that allow her to create visually. Tends to “get it” with pictures, videos clips, or diagrams.

14 6 C’s Of ENGAGING ACTIVITIES CHOICE COLLABORATIVE/PROBLEM SOLVING CONNECTION CHALLENGE COMMUNICATION COMPETITION/COMMOTION

15 Were Students Actively Engaged? Activating, Instructional, & Summarizing Strategies “Snowball Fight” Skits: “The Fall of the Aztec and Inca Empires” “Think-Pair-Share- Write” 6 C’s Active Engagement CHOICE COLLABORATIVE/ PROBLEM SOLVING CONNECTION CHALLENGE COMMUNICATION COMPETITION/ COMMOTION


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