Special educators must be able to effectively plan for students of all ages and abilities, using data and anecdotal information. An effective plan takes into consideration a student’s developmental level, age, strengths, needs, learning preferences, culture, and interests. Interventions that are well planned for students and are based on these factors are far more effective than interventions that narrowly focus only on the student’s academic skill deficiencies.
In this assignment, practice developing ELA instruction that is appropriate for the students described in the “Class Profile” by designing a comprehensive ELA unit plan using the “5-Day Unit Plan Template.”
Part 1: Unit Plan
Develop a 5-day unit plan that integrates vocabulary, reading, grammar, writing, listening and speaking, and technology, for the “Class Profile” students, choosing either the resource or self-contained learning environment. In a typical resource or self-contained learning environment, the teacher would differentiate for every student. For this assignment, choose three students for whom you will differentiate the instruction. Align your unit to a 6-12 grade level ELA standard from Arizona or another state academic content standard.
Design the unit plan to include:
National/State Learning Standards: Select standards that address reading, writing, speaking, and listening integration skills.
Multiple Means of Representation: Select strategies that allow opportunities to develop an oral and written language for students with disabilities. Incorporate individual abilities, interests, learning environments, and cultural and linguistic factors in the section.
Multiple Means of Engagement: Select strategies to enhance language development and communication skills.
Multiple Means of Expression: Use technically sound formal and informal assessment.
Extension Activity and/or Homework: Incorporate activities that include critical thinking and problem-solving.
In the Differentiation rows of the unit plan template focus on the three students, you selected.
Part 2: Rationale
In 250-500 words rationale at the bottom of your unit plan, explain the following:
How literacy skills from your lesson plan will be helpful for students in other content areas.
How communication and language arts strategies prepare students and provide them strategies to be successful academically and personally across multiple settings with a variety of collaborators (e.g., individuals, families, and teams).
Support your findings with a minimum of three scholarly resources.
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