Reflection: Student Grouping You Don't Know Jack-Yet! - Section 2: Procedure


I feel I have a pretty solid background in differentiated instruction.  I really like to address the needs of my diverse students, but it is challenging to make all lesson differentiated.  I can't do it. What I do instead is provide other opportunities during the school week for the children to have activities that suit their learning styles in the way of learning stations.  I try to have some paper and pencil activities, some hands-on activities, some activities that allow for student movement, and some that require listening.  The content is the same (or similar) but the way the objectives are achieved varies.  The coloring sheet resources that I have attached are for those paper/ pencil kids.  Look at some of my activities in the "Small Group-Big Impact" unit for other ideas.

  Student Grouping: Using different styles
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You Don't Know Jack-Yet!

Unit 3: Nursery Rhymes Revisited
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT clarify the meaning of multiple meaning words in the nursery rhymes: "Jack Be Nimble", "Little Jack Horner", "Jack Sprat", and "Jack and Jill". Student Objective: I can tell the different meanings of some words in the Jack nursery rhymes.

Big Idea: Let's identify the many faces of Jack in Nursery Rhymes.

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