Aligned learning activities and differentiation

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 For this assignment, use the state learning standard and learning objective chosen, as well as the “Class Profile,” to complete the “Aligned Learning Activities and Differentiation” template.

Include the following on the template:

  • Plan and explain an aligned learning activity for the “Class Profile.”
  • Choose three students from the “Class Profile” that require differentiation. Explain how you will differentiate the learning activity to meet each students’ individual needs.
  • Include an appropriate home extension activity for each of the selected students.

Support your findings with 2-3 resources.

Learning standards have been filled in on the attached template. I have also attached the “class profile” of students 

Aligned Learning Activities and Differentiation

Student #1: (student from “class profile”)

Class Grade: 3rd

Academic Standard: 3.AP.PD.1: “With teacher guidance, use an iterative process to plan the development of a program by including others’ perspectives and considering user preferences.” (Arizona Computer Science Standards)

Learning Objective: Students will need to know how to outline key features, time and resource constraints, and user expectations

Aligned Learning Activity

Student from Class Profile and Brief Description of Differentiation

Home Extension Activity

Student #2: (student from “class profile”)

Class Grade: 3rd

Academic Standard: 3.AP.PD.2: ” Observe intellectual property rights and give appropriate attribution when creating or remixing programs.” (Arizona Computer Science Standards)

Learning Objective: Students will need to know how to identify if ideas were borrowed or adjusted and credit the original creator

Aligned Learning Activity

Student from Class Profile and Brief Description of Differentiation

Home Extension Activity

Student #3: (student from “class profile”)

Class Grade: 3rd

Academic Standard: 3.AP.PD.3: “Test and debug (identify and fix errors) a program or algorithm to ensure it runs as intended.” (Arizona Computer Science Standards)

Learning Objective: Students need to know that they must continuously test those programs to see that they do what was expected and fix (debug), any errors

Aligned Learning Activity

Student from Class Profile and Brief Description of Differentiation

Home Extension Activity

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Class Profile

Student Name

ELL/

Proficiency Level

Socioeconomic Status

Race/ Ethnicity

Native Language

Gender

IEP/

504

Other

Age

Reading Performance Level/Score*

Math Performance Level/Score*

Arturo

Yes – 4

Low

Mexican

Spanish

Male

No

Glasses

Grade level

One year below grade level/98

At grade level/151

Bertie

Yes – 5

Low

Vietnamese

Vietnamese

Female

No

None

Grade level

One year above grade level/210

At grade level/108

Beryl

No

Mid

White

English

Female

No

None 

Grade level

Two years above grade level/268

At grade level/163

Brandie

Yes – 4

Low

Liberian

Liberian English

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/178

One year below grade level/79

Dessie

Yes – 4

Mid

Russian

Russian

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/113

One year below grade level/65

Diana

Yes – 4

Low

Mexican

Spanish

Female

No

None

Grade level

One year below grade level/79

At grade level/198

Donnie

No

Mid

African American

English

Female

Yes

Hearing Aids

Grade level

At grade level/150

At grade level/124

Eduardo

Yes – 5

Low

Puerto Riccan

Spanish

Male

No

Glasses

Grade level

One year below grade level/88

At grade level/101

Emma

No

Mid

White

English

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/124

At grade level/135

Enrique

No

Low

Mexican

English

Male

ADHD

None

One year above grade level

One year below grade level/45

At grade level/163

Fatma

Yes – 5

Low

Mexican

Spanish

Female

No

Glasses

Grade level

One year below grade level/21

One year above grade level/289

Frances

No

Mid

Mexican

English

Female

No

Diabetic
Glasses

Grade level

At grade level/116

At grade level/114

Francesca

Yes – 5

Low

Mexican

Spanish

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/162

At grade level/178

Fredrick

No

Low

White

English

Male

Learning Disabled

None

One year above grade level

Two years below grade level/285

Two years below grade level/15

Ines

Yes – 4

Low

Mexican

Spanish

Female

Learning Disabled

Glasses

Grade level

One year below grade level/50

One year below grade level/55

Jade

No

Mid

African American

English

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/183

One year above grade level/224

Kent

No

High

White

English

Male

ADHD

Glasses

Grade level

At grade level/178

One year above grade level/208

Lolita

Yes – 5

Low

Navajo

Navajo

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/110

At grade level/141

Maria

No

Mid

Mexican

Spanish

Female

No

NOTE: School does not have gifted program

Grade level

At grade level/139

Two years above grade level/296

Mason

Yes – 4

Low

Vietnamese

Vietnamese

Male

Yes

High Func-tioning Autism

Grade level

At grade level/154

At grade level/138

Nick

No

Low

White

English

Male

No

None

Grade level

One year above grade level/205

At grade level/180

Noah

No

Low

African American

English

Male

No

Glasses

Grade level

At grade level/193

At grade level/177

Sharlene

No

Mid

White

English

Female

No

None

Grade level

One year above grade level/110

At grade level/125

Sophia

Yes – 5

Mid

Guatamalan

Spanish

Female

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/129

At grade level/152

Stuart

No

Mid

White

English

Male

No

Allergic to peanuts

Grade level

One year above grade level/231

At grade level/116

Terrence

No

Mid

African American

English

Male

No

None

Grade level

At grade level/189

At grade level/192

Wade

No

Mid

White

English

Male

No

Glasses

Grade level

At grade level/179

One year above grade level/223

Welington

Yes – 3

Low

Cuban

Spanish

Male

Learning Disabled

Glasses

Grade level

One year below grade level/82

Two years below grade level/24

Wendell

Yes – 2

Low

Somalian Refugee

Somali

Male

No

None

Grade level

One year below grade level/51

Two years below grade level/45

Yung

Yes – 4

Low

Burmese

Burmese

Male

No

None

One year below grade level

One year below grade level/98

Two years below grade level/65

*Scaled Scores Key: Above Grade Level = 200 +, At Grade Level = 100-199, Below Grade Level = 0-99

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