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Deborah Eubank Differentiated Unit Plan 1 December 4, 2013

Differentiated Unit Plan Part 1: Form Template

Unit Forms: The Differentiated Unit Plan that is being developed for this course is for Science/Food Nutrition. The focus will be on the food pyramid and the importance of eating more healthy and keeping track of a daily log and learning the foods in each group of the pyramid and making sure all students and staff in class are getting the adequate amounts of the correct nutrition Mathematics will also be incorporated in this as for the final project the students will be measuring and adding the appropriate portions of the categories on the food pyramid to measure correct consumption for healthy living. Mathematics is also used in this lesson for the adding and figuring of consumption of nutritional values and figuring and will be used to conduct our classroom Nutrition Luncheon for the final project and grade on the lesson.

Grade: 3 Topic: Food Nutrition/ Food pyramid
Class Description: The class consists of 15 students at Castleman Creek Elementary and is compromised of students whom have various learning disabilities but no physical disabilities. They are mostly learning or mental disabilities and behavioral issues. Jordan R. is a ten year old who is diagnosed with Autism. He loves to work and learn new things. He does develop a temper if too much attention is focused on him at once when he does not want it on him. He is a perfectionist and is needed and allowed additional time to complete assignments as he has to have them perfect and neat. Jordan R. does get inclusion for speech therapy twice a week in the later afternoon time. Jordan M. is diagnosed as having…...

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