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How do you differentiate your instruction, activities, and assessments to meet the academic needs of all students in language arts?

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Differentiated instruction is based on assessment and adapting activities to multiple levels and needs.

In teaching language arts, there are many things to consider.  Children will have different ability levels, different language proficiency, and different interests.

There are three basic methods of differentiation.  You can differentiate content, process, or product.  When differentiating content, you teach different children...

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