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Students with special needs will be working within a group with other learners, providing input. Students with special needs will be given the option of using a tablet or digital device to model, explore the steps, and give reasoning on their findings directly to the teacher or aide. Invite students who finish quickly, easily, and accurately to answer the challenge question on the second page. Encourage them to refer to print or online sources you may have in your classroom or in the school library for help or confirmation (ELL): Students will be given the opportunity to work directly with the teacher or aide if needed. This is a particularly language-intensive assignment. You will almost certainly want to pair ELL students with partners who speak both languages. You might also have students record the name of each shape on the hierarchy in their own language as well as, or instead of, English. III. ASSESSMENT Summative Assessment : Students will complete the Thinking about Quadrilaterals worksheet by using the hierarchy of shapes chart they helped design. They will share and compare answers with classmates in a group discussion with instructor guidance. Differentiation: This assessment will be good for ELLs and SPED students because they will be able to visually see the different quadrilaterals and relate to real life examples enabling them to comprehend the abstract concepts better. These students will be in mixed-ability pairs and will be encouraged to share questions and ideas with their peers and their peers will be encouraged to help them in working problems they may not know. Students may draw out Page 3 of 4
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any parts they may not be able to explain with words. Closure: I will let students know that they will continue to work with quadrilaterals in the next session. Homework: Students will be asked to take home the worksheet completed in class and review it. They will also be asked to study and review the vocabulary terms from the day. . Page 4 of 4
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  • Fall '17
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