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Homework Help: Social studies needs your help!!

Posted by Maria on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 11:17pm.

I am in a very tight situation. I am a grade 4 social studies teacher. In my classroom, I have students of mixed ability. Some students are above grade level, some on grade level and some below grade level. The bulk of students is below grade level.

What activities or instructional strategies could I use in my lesson plans that will cater to the needs of all the children without making any of them feel isolated?

I was thinking about including charts and grouping the students based on different levels.
Charts will all the students because it gives them a clearer understanding of the content area and for my ELL students, it will give them a better visual understanding the topic being discussed.

Do you have any other ideas? thanks for your help....

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