Ep 77: How to Differentiate Your Writing Instruction Without Any Extra Work! - EB Academics

Ep 77: How to Differentiate Your Writing Instruction Without Any Extra Work!

Have you ever endured a professional development session that was completely unhelpful? If you’re nodding yes, we’re right there with you. In fact, one of the worst PDs we ever attended was on the topic of differentiation, and after several hours of listening to completely unhelpful and impractical strategies, our principal turned to our faculty and said… I’m so sorry. 

Yep, it was that bad. So, with that being said, today on the podcast we have several differentiation strategies for you that will work, and that you will find easy to implement. Remember, a strategy is only useful if it’s practical and manageable, and we understand how much is on every middle school teacher’s plate. 

Listen in to hear us share our favorite quick and easy tips for differentiating writing assignments in your Language Arts classroom. 

Tune in now to hear:

  • [00:40] Our professional development nightmares
  • [02:00] Why differentiation can be simple!
  • [02:13] Differentiation tip #1 
  • [03:15] Examples of differentiated essential questions
  • [05:35] Take tip #1 to the next level
  • [08:44] Differentiation tip #2
  • [14:00] The EB Writing Program!
  • [14:30] Join us for our course and community

Click here to listen now!

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Then, pick the date you’re going to teach it in your classroom, and sit back while you watch as your students show up to your classroom pumped about what the day holds…and gush about your class to their parents on the car ride home!

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