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Teaching Presentations

Ways to present "Differentiated" lessons to students of all abilities with all learning styles
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Georgia Maner

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Teaching Presentations

Tactile Part to Whole Whole to Part Multiple Activities Layered Activities Compacting Simulations Stations/Centers Varied Studies Graphic Organizers Technology Philosophical Chairs Socratic Seminars Levels of Bloom Basic Recall to Create Start with the global view and dissect to the parts Inductive reasoning Multiple 21st century tools and manipulatives to create lessons and involve students in rigorous, challenging, and individual ways 3 Step Process 1. Assess at the beginning to find out student's knowledge of material Levels of Questioning 2. Plan for learning about what is not known and excuse student from what is known 3. Used freed up time for acceleration or enrichment Use illustrations, pictures, and diagrams
See, read Colors are important Role play followed
by discussions Use videos, tapes,
and listening activities
Hear and listen to lectures
Discussions Deductive reasoning used to teach a lesson
Start with parts and build up to big idea Maps, diagrams, flowcharts, Venn Diagrams to
help students organize their thinking Students explore a subject or topic
that is different from the whole class

Integrate objectives or skills from a variety
of topics Use a variety of print and hands on materials and manipulatives Use various levels of activities
to build upon prior knowledge

Focus on a skill and develop that
skill to a broader level Moving or physical activities
to teach a lesson Learning Centers based on interest,
specific skill to be learned

May be differentiated by level of complexity or degree of independence Use concrete activities in which
one writes, draws, or manipulates

Enjoy handling materials, drawing
and making items Think critically and
discuss topics developing a stance and
listening to opposing viewpoints Students must take sides and discuss their view when asked a specific question about it TEACHING PRESENTATIONS
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