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UDL and DI Lesson plan

Create ONE lesson plan that effectively addresses the key tenets/components of UDL and DI. Be sure to include:

Learning Objective (Specify grade level, subject, and CCSS standard) You must use the CCSS for specific instructional objectives, please find at: http://commoncore.dadeschools.net/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

  1. Materials (what supplies/tools do you need)
  2. Activities (be sure to include activities that address UDL and DI and explain the rationale for applying these)
  3. Assessment ((be sure to include assessments that address UDL and DI and explain the rationale for applying these)
  4. Home-Learning (be sure to include activities designed to practice the skills outlined in your lesson)

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Lorencia Jules UDL and DI UDL is a framework in education that is based on learning sciences like neuroscience through research. It is developed to be flexible such that individuals learning differences can be accommodated (Stanford, pg.6)., on the other hand, is a learning framework that gives students multiple avenues of learning effectively in one classroom. Components of UDL and DI Use several materials Since both UDL and DI focuses on providing all students in a classroom with appropriate platforms of gaining and internalizing ideas, they often provide materials to support instruction content. Task and objectives UDL and DI use task and objectives alignment towards set goals in order to ensure learners are not left behind when finding next instruction. Concept and principal driven instructions All concepts should be broad in nature to ensure that instructions are enough for all students regardless of their diversities. Learning objectives In all grades, all students should know the English art and mathematics. It is therefore important that teachers adopt UDL and differentiated instructions to ensure these Common Core State Standards are achieved when completing every grade. It is upon the teacher to ensure that all individuals in a classroom have a fair chance of understanding instructions. Due to diversities in learning techniques, students may not be able to understand some common concepts. Teaching through UDL and DI Materials The materials needed in a UDL and DI classroom are those with a deep content of instructions in order to accommodate all students (Stanford, pg.6). Textbooks to be used should have various ways of explaining content since pupils have diverse reading and perception skills. Activities of UDL and DI Goals must be constantly set to trigger motivation for students learning. In UDL and DI classes, the assignment can be submitted in various forms like videos or podcast in accordance with their abilities. Regular feedback is another activity in a UDL and DI class. Assessment UDL and DI learning stimulate interest, persistence and motivation. A student can learn more comfortably when their understanding capabilities are engaged. Home- learning Students can be able to carry their activities home after school since in UDL and DI classes there are digital platforms like Audio Text. Students can, therefore, continue their lessons at home if necessary. Work cited Stanford, Barbara, and Stacy Reeves. “Making it happen: Using differentiated instruction, retrofit framework, and universal design for learning.” Teaching Exceptional Children Plus 5.6 (2009): n6.

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