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Instructions
Next week, Mr. Schlotzsky, an eighth-grade social studies teacher, will begin a chapter on colonial America. He’ll lecture, write notes on the chalkboard, and give his students handouts. To assess their knowledge, Mr. Schlotzsky will ask his students to research colonial America in greater depth on the Internet and to give a three-to-five-minute oral presentation.
Help Mr. Schlotzsky to evaluate the traditional materials and media he plans to use. For each a) list any potential barriers, and b) suggest UDL solutions.
Components
Barriers
UDL Solution
Lecture/ notes on chalkboard
Handouts
Internet research
Oral report
Imagine that you are a second-grade teacher beginning a unit on plants. Your goal is to teach the students the parts of a plant, making sure to incorporate the three principles of UDL. Using the table below, describe at least two ways you would present the information, assess your students, and maintain their engagement in the subject.
Learning Goal
Know the parts of a plant (roots, stem, flowers, leaves)
Presentation
Assessment
Engagement

UDL APPLICATION ASSIGNMENT.docx

UDL APPLICATION ASSIGNMENT
Next week, Mr. Schlotzsky, an eighth-grade social studies teacher, will begin a chapter on colonial America. He’ll lecture, write notes on the chalkboard, and give his students handouts. To assess their knowledge, Mr. Schlotzsky will ask his students to research colonial America in greater depth on the Internet and to give a three-to-five-minute oral presentation.
Help Mr. Schlotzsky to evaluate the traditional materials and media he plans to use. For each a) list any potential barriers, and b) suggest UDL solutions.

Components

Barriers

UDL Solution

Lecture/ notes on chalkboard

 

 

Handouts

 

 

Internet research

 

 

Oral report

 

  

Imagine that you are a second-grade teacher beginning a unit on plants. Your goal is to teach the students the parts of a plant, making sure to incorporate the three principles of UDL. Using the table below, describe at least two ways you would present the information, assess your students, and maintain their engagement in the subject.
  

Learning Goal

Know the parts of a plant (roots, stem, flowers, leaves)

Presentation

Assessment

Engagement

UDL APPLICATION ASSIGNMENT

Next week, Mr. Schlotzsky
, an eighth

grade social studies teacher, will begin a chapter on
colonial America. He’ll lecture, write notes on the chalkboard, and give his students handouts.
To assess their knowledge, Mr. Schlotzsky will ask his students to research colonial America i
n
greater depth on the Internet and to give a three

to

five

minute oral presentation.

Help Mr. Schlotzsky to evaluate the traditional materials and media he plans to use. For each a) list any
potential barriers, and b) suggest UDL solutions.

Components

Ba
rriers

UDL Solution

Lecture/ notes on chalkboard

Handouts

Internet research

Oral report

Imagine that you are a second

grade teacher beginning a unit on plants. Your goal is to teach
the students the parts of a plant, making sure to incorporate the three principles of UDL.
Using the table below, describe at least two ways you would present the

information, assess
your students, and maintain their engagement in the subject.

Learning
Goal

Know the parts of a plant (roots, stem,
flowers, leaves)

Presentation

Assessment

Engagement

UDL APPLICATION ASSIGNMENT
Next week, Mr. Schlotzsky, an eighth-grade social studies teacher, will begin a chapter on
colonial America. He’ll lecture, write notes on the chalkboard, and give his students handouts.
To assess their knowledge, Mr. Schlotzsky will ask his students to research colonial America in
greater depth on the Internet and to give a three-to-five-minute oral presentation.
Help Mr. Schlotzsky to evaluate the traditional materials and media he plans to use. For each a) list any
potential barriers, and b) suggest UDL solutions.
Components Barriers UDL Solution
Lecture/ notes on chalkboard
Handouts
Internet research
Oral report

Imagine that you are a second-grade teacher beginning a unit on plants. Your goal is to teach
the students the parts of a plant, making sure to incorporate the three principles of UDL.
Using the table below, describe at least two ways you would present the information, assess
your students, and maintain their engagement in the subject.

Learning
Goal
Know the parts of a plant (roots, stem,
flowers, leaves)
Presentation
Assessment
Engagement

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