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How can you differentiate instruction for a writing assignment based on Judaism?

Judaism Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plan

Differentiated instruction for writing can be done with leveling. There a a couple of different approaches that a teacher can take when differentiating writing by ability levels otherwise known as tiering.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico has a fantastic leveled writing system that takes students from a topic sentence to a DBQ essay. All of the levels of writing focus on content too so teachers know if their students are understanding the concepts presented in class.

Another way to differentiate instruction for writing on Judaism and as a conclusion to the Judaism lesson plan is by providing lower ability levels with a writing prompt. For expository writing, this may be as simple as providing a topic sentence. This will help focus them on the details, facts and elaborations one could write about Judaism.

The last way a teacher could differentiate instruction for writing about Judaism is to increase the difficulty of questions. The higher the ability level, the higher critical thinking should be demanded from the students.

When creating a differentiated instruction writing assignment for Judaism, a teacher needs to remember that each student need to use the content that is stated in the state standards or national standards that are being used in the class. Every student must be exposed to the same content during differentiated instruction.

To find out more about my Judaism differentiated instruction lesson plan, click on the links below.

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Kasha Mastrodomenico (Connect with me on Linkedin.com)

http://www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

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How can you differentiate instruction with a graphic organizer in a Judaism lesson plan?

Judaism Differentiated Instruction Graphic Organizers

Mind mapping through the use of a graphic organizer can help students review and remember Judaism. I like to use graphic organizers at the end of my lessons for repetition purposes. The more students are introduced or use the content, the more likely they will remember it.

Graphic organizers use the Spatial Multiple Intelligence as well as the Logical Multiple Intelligence according to Dr. Howard Gardner’s Theory. This is so because graphic organizers are a visual representation of Judaism content in an organized fashion.

The type of graphic organizer I chose to use in my Judaism lesson plan was a description map. It has a circle in the middle where the word Judaism would be written. Connected to the word Judaism, are more circles that describe Judaism. Connected to those circles would be the elaborations or details of each piece of content related to Judaism.

In order to differentiate instruction while using graphic organizers for a Judaism lesson plan, I used leveling otherwise known as tiering. For the lower ability level version I filled in the pieces of content. This allows them to focus on the details of each piece of content. It works as a prompt. I left the same circles blank for the upper ability level to increase the amount of critical thinking that was done. They would need to critically think about the most important concepts in the mini-lesson as well as adding the details to them on the outside. There is a picture of the lower level version at the top of this article.

Notice that I used the same concepts or content in both levels of the graphic organizer because exposure to the same content is necessary for all students when differentiated instruction is being planned. The content that I used for the graphic organizer on Judaism include the following:

  • Torah
  • Moses
  • Old Testament
  • Ten Commandments
  • Israel
  • Abraham
  • Exodus

To find out more about my Judaism differentiated instruction lesson plan, click on the links below.

How can you differentiate instruction for a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction to teach vocabulary in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction for a mini-lesson in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction for an activity work session in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction with a writing assignment in a Judaism lesson plan?

 

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico offers the Judaism lesson plan above. Check it out! Or, if you only want to purchase this single differentiated instruction lesson plan for Judaism, Click here.

Written by,

Kasha Mastrodomenico (Connect with me on Linkedin.com)

http://www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

kasha@socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico

How can you differentiate instruction for a Judaism lesson plan?

Judaism Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plan

A week after I gave my first staff development training I was chased down in the grocery store by a teacher that had been in the training. She was so excited to see me and she said that her students loved the differentiated instruction lesson plan about Judaism. She asked me to email her more lessons. So since she liked it so much I decided to let you all in on my techniques for differentiating instruction for a Judaism lesson plan.

I like to use two different types of differentiated instruction when I develop a new lesson plan. I use the Multiple Intelligence Theory as a basis to bring in different interests that my students might have. Even if you don’t believe in Multiple Intelligence, you can’t deny that teaching to the interests of students will usually interests them in the content that they need to learn.

The second form of differentiated instruction that I use is called leveling. Some of you might know this as tiering. It allows each level of learners to be challenged at their own level.

When teachers create a differentiated instruction lesson plan, they need to remember that each level or interest must use the same content.

To find out more about my Judaism differentiated instruction lesson plan, click on the links below.

How can you differentiate instruction to teach vocabulary in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction to teach a mini-lesson in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction for an activity work session in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction for a writing assignment in a Judaism lesson plan?

How can you differentiate instruction with a graphic organizer in a Judaism lesson plan?

 

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico offers the Judaism lesson plan above. Check it out! Or, if you only want to purchase this single differentiated instruction lesson plan for Judaism, Click here.

Written by,

Kasha Mastrodomenico (Connect with me on Linkedin.com)

http://www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

kasha@socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico