Differentiation for preschool English language learners

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  1. Sabrina_G

    Sabrina_G Rookie

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    I'm doing a prek lesson plan for rhyming and I'm stuck on how to differentiate for the ELL students for the different levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced and advanced high

    For the lesson, we're going to read a book and I'll have the students listen for words that rhyme. After the story, we're going to be transitioning to a activity where i place a picture on the board and then I will show students word cards of words that rhyme with the picture on the board. Then for the assessment, I am going to give them a worksheet with a picture and label on the left column and on the right column will be pictures and labels as well and the student has to color the picture that rhymes with the word on the left column.

    My only problem is I don't know where and what I can differentiate for the different ELL level students. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    Beginning sounds?
     
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    The ending sounds of words... like at: bat, cat, hat.. etc
     

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