A18 Making Multiple Microphases Manageable: Differentiated Instruction and Practice in the K-2 Reading Foundations Skills Block

National Conference 2018

Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Curriculum

Focus Area: EL Education Language Arts Curriculum
Grade Level: Primary
Class Level: 200
Facilitators:
Will, Allison
Cicero, Stacey
Hurst, Jean 
School/Organization:
Roberto Clemente School 8
Genesee Community Charter School


How do I plan and implement differentiated instruction and practice in the K-2 Reading Foundations Skills Block? It can feel overwhelming to make sure that all instructional bases are covered for every microphase. Over the past two years, we have developed a system that works well for us. In this master class, participants will do the following: a) experience what daily instruction, rotations and independent work looks like for students in four different microphases b) learn how we access, use, and adapt practices and materials from the curriculum to plan teacher-directed small group and independent work in our general and self-contained special education classrooms and c) consider applications to their own work.

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Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Curriculum

Focus Area: EL Education Language Arts Curriculum
Grade Level: Primary
Class Level: 200
Facilitators:
Will, Allison
Cicero, Stacey
Hurst, Jean 
School/Organization:
Roberto Clemente School 8
Genesee Community Charter School


How do I plan and implement differentiated instruction and practice in the K-2 Reading Foundations Skills Block? It can feel overwhelming to make sure that all instructional bases are covered for every microphase. Over the past two years, we have developed a system that works well for us. In this master class, participants will do the following: a) experience what daily instruction, rotations and independent work looks like for students in four different microphases b) learn how we access, use, and adapt practices and materials from the curriculum to plan teacher-directed small group and independent work in our general and self-contained special education classrooms and c) consider applications to their own work.

Link to Resources