chapter  3
Planning a Differentiated Unit
Pages 54

Planning a differentiated unit isn’t hard. It should be very much like what you already do, but just a little bit more intentional about catering to individual interests and using variety. There are only fi ve steps:

1. Identify what is to be taught (Content) 2. Preassess students’ needs and capabilities 3. Choose the form(s) of assessment to be used (Product) 4. Decide on the method of presentation 5. Select a variety of learning strategies (Process)

Let’s look at each of those in more depth.