teaching Moderate with CCSS

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  1. mrsnoble116

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    Aug 16, 2013

    Perhaps my posts seem redundant.

    Now that the 2nd week of school will start on Monday, I need to get my ducks in a row. I did have to write and hold 5 IEPs this week:whistle::blush:.

    I have some moderate students (in the same class with mild). I know I need to teach them different things, but at the same time of getting my moderate kids to try to read...how do I grade them?

    I essentially need to do 2 different lesson plans? Or teach all the same stuff and just differentiate the interventions? I have 1st graders.
     
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  3. kevo2005

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    I would teach them all the same material and then differentiate assignments with the appropriate accommodations.

    Ideally, every kid can learn the material if they are exposed to it correctly.
     

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