Choose the type of lesson you are teaching, click, and find some ways you should consider for adapting the lesson for your students. A quick and easy-to-use website, but it contains a wealth of information for you.
First, take a look at why you might need to differentiate. Then, follow the steps outlined in this article and be sure to do it right. Make sure to follow step 5--and use assessment to guide your next steps.
Three ESL teachers share their favorite tools and ideas for changing your lessons to help your ESL/ELL students find success in the classroom. Explore their insights for strategies most likely to help your students.
Using technology to differentiate instruction for your ESL/EFL students is the focus of this article. It includes questions to consider before choosing a tool to use and a variety of tools that are divided into categories based on the type of learning you want the students to do.
There are 25 great resources for you and your students and an additional 5 for adult learners. The author has helpfully divided them into categories, so you can quickly find what you need to enhance your lessons or provide a bit of differentiation for your students.
We all know scaffolding is different from differentiation. This reminder, along with useful strategies, is important. You can give your students the support they need to be successful by using some of these tips.