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Running head: ACCOMMODATIONS1Differentiated Unit Plan: AccommodationsAmanda DonnellyEDUC 524October 6, 2020
ACCOMMODATIONS2Accommodation 1 - Seating ChartCriteria: Learning EnvironmentProvide a Graphic of the Seating Chart:MissyKateJamieJackEliRachelMatthewBryanBryanJacksonJillianBaileyGraysonCooperBrooklynMacyAmandaBaileyKristenJordanCooperDrewMadisonEmptyDiscuss why this seating chart is an accommodation for the class you described.
CEC Standard Addressed by Accommodation 1CEC 2.1:Beginning special education professionals, through collaboration with general educators and othercolleagues, create safe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments to engage individuals withexceptionalities in meaningful learning activities and social interactions.Accommodation 2 – Rewritten TextCriteria: Language DevelopmentFocus Student:Unit PlanLink:Unit: ☒LiteracyMathDay:12345Rewrite a section of a text (textbook or tradebook) related to your DUP unit theme at a lowerreading level for students who are struggling with reading/language.The rewritten textmust be at least one grade level lower than the original text.Original Text:
ACCOMMODATIONS3“The following Saturday, Mr. Peabody’s team played another game, and they lost (as usual), but no one seemed tocare because they’d had such a good time playing. Billy picked up the balls and bats, and Mr. Peabody set off on hiswalk home. He waved to everyone he knew, and they waved back. Once again, he stopped outside Mr. Funkadeli’sfruit market, picked up the shiniest apple, dropped it in his bag, and continued on his way. Across the street,Tommy Tittlebottom and his friends watched Mr. Peabody, and they were amazed at what they saw. Mr. Peabodyhad not paid for his apple. They couldn’t wait to tell all of their friends, who told their parents, who told theirneighbors, who told their friends, in the town of Happville (which wasn’t a very big town). The Saturday after that,Mr. Peabody was standing all alone on the baseball field, wondering where everybody was. Then he saw Billywalking toward him with a sad look on his face. “Hello, Billy. I am glad you’re here, but where is the rest of theteam?” asked Mr. Peabody. Billy remained silent. “What is it, Billy?” he asked again. Billy didn’t look up. “Everybodythinks you’re a thief,” he said to the ground. Mr. Peabody looked confused. He took off his hat and scratched hishead. “Who says I am a thief, Billy? And what did I steal?” he asked. “Tommy Tittlebottom and his friends said theysaw you take an apple from Mr. Funkadeli’s fruit market, twice, and they said you didn’t pay for them,” answered

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