Posted: September 3rd, 2023
21st Century Instructional Plan: Student Population
Part 1: Instructional Plan Design
This week you will construct a new instructional plan by considering your student population. Regardless of grade level, your class consists of 27 students. Of those, two are diagnosed with specific learning disabilities (SLD) in reading and math. One student has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Moreover, you just received a student last week who is not fluent in English (ELL). Your school follows a full English immersion program. Therefore, you and the student are getting very little “extra” support.
Synthesize what you have learned thus far by developing a new or continuing instructional plan utilizing one of the templates provided below. It is practical to construct a lesson that would naturally occur after the previous lesson plan you designed in Week Three—a continuation of the lesson but with different instructional strategies and student activities/assessments. If you select this approach, your lesson cannot be a replica of last week’s plan. Remember, your lesson should be designed to occur during a single class period that lasts anywhere between approximately 30 and 90 minutes in length and focuses on content pertaining to either English/Language arts or Math. Do not construct a unit of instruction.
Your instructional plan must include the following components regardless of the format you choose:
Part 2: Description
Provide a one- to two-page (not including title and reference pages) synopsis of your plan, following APA formatting requirements. Elaborate on how you determined the types of accommodations/modifications needed throughout your lesson activities and assessments. Describe how this plan sets ALL of your students up for mastering the objective and a future summative assessment.
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