In intro to special education can you give me examples of a detailed activity and lesson plan that differentiates for at least 3 different disabilities and learning styles, containing concrete and...

In intro to special education can you give me examples of a detailed activity and lesson plan that differentiates for at least 3 different disabilities and learning styles, containing concrete and abstract activities?
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Karyth Cara eNotes educator| Certified Educator

The need for differentiated lesson plans evolves from Gardner's theory of eight multiple intelligences, resulting in varied learning styles, and from governments mandate that no child be left behind because of physical or other disabilities. A sample lesson plan and thorough explanation are available through Pearson Publishing.

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