Adapting Non-Differentiated Classrooms for Special Education


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Giving students the option of selecting which book they would like to read and write a report on is an example of differentiating what part of the lesson?

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1. Why should you give your students a learning styles inventory?

2. How could you differentiate presenting a lecture on the causes of World War II?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet tests your understanding of what differentiated learning is and how to apply it to the classroom. You'll review the different parts of the lesson which can be differentiated and why it's important to inventory learning styles in your class.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet reviews what you know about:

  • Giving students an option for the book they want to read
  • The reason to give students a learning styles inventory
  • How you can differentiate a lecture
  • Why all learners benefit from differentiating instruction

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access your knowledge about why it's helpful to give students a learning style inventory
  • Knowledge application - review what you know about differentiating lessons to answer questions about it
  • Interpreting information - verify that you know which part of the lesson is covered by a final exam and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

If you are looking for deeper insight into this topic, you can learn more in the lesson, Adapting Non-Differentiated Classrooms for Special Education. This lesson offers more information about:

  • Results you may see in moving to a differentiated classroom
  • Example of a learning inventory question
  • The four parts of a lesson that can be differentiated
  • Examples of differentiating each part of a lesson fairly