Teaching Diverse Learners in Your Classroom By Monica Fuglei Special education teachers are well-trained in managing students with individualized education plans and documentation, but general classroom teachers may wonder how to modify curriculum to adapt to the needs of all of their learners. Whether or not students are on IEPs, they deserve individualized attention that helps them achieve the best possible learning. Teachers know how the personalities, challenges, and strengths of their students can fundamentally change the flow of a classroom. Adapting to this diverse body of learners is both challenging and rewarding.
You can also define the level by the number of hours of instruction, or by coursebook. Number of Students Class Composition - What sort of group they are, nationalities, sexes, strengths and weaknesses, know each other, etc.
Aim s - What you expect your students to achieve in the lesson, or to have achieved by the end of the lesson! This needs careful thought and wording as your lesson will be assessed on your achievement of your aim s.
Make sure your aims are achievable. They must meet your students' needs. Sub-aim s - Use this section to include aims that you consider are of secondary importance. Timetable Fit - classwork past and future - what was covered in previous lesson sand what will be covered in follow-up lesson s.
Does the lesson review language from previous lesson s or preview language for future lessons? Assumptions - Language - what students have already covered in previous lessons or courses and so should be familiar with. Also assumptions you can make about the students, e. Anticipated Difficulties - This is a useful section where you can put any difficulties you may encounter in the lesson.
Solutions - use this section to present your solutions to the above difficulties. Some people prefer to put their solutions with the anticipated difficulties. Materials - include everything you will use in the lesson:Writing a Check Worksheets. This Money Worksheet will produce a worksheet for practicing writing out checks.
You may choose practice problems with checks to fill out or just a blank sheet of checks to use. You may customize the checks or just use the defaults. Type of Worksheet. Writing a check for payroll taxes, Doing payroll with QuickBooks.
Doing payroll with QuickBooks This lesson is designed to demonstrate some of the QuickBooks payroll features. The plan, or contributions to your company’s medical/dental plan. Doing payroll with QuickBooks. LESSON PLAN Introduction (3 minutes) ATTENTION: Relate aircraft accident in which a multi-engine airplane ran off the end of the run- way.
This could have been avoided by correctly computing the landing distance. Relate similar personal experience of the same type of mishap. Check Writing, Checkbook, Checking Account, Lesson Plans, Teaching Worksheets (Site also has a lot of other financial information, including career exploration).
The student will write a check with the information in the correct areas. The students will learn when to record a transaction as a withdrawal and a deposit. The students will use the correct vocabulary when discussing checking accounts. Learn More About Lesson Plans A National Presence Trusted by thousands of teachers and hundreds of schools, districts, and organizations, BetterLesson Professional Learning is the only professional development program that is personalized, specific, and tailored to the needs of an individual teacher and the needs of the students in the classroom.