Please read the assignment content and follow the directions. Do the assignment as if I am do the assignment on my own.
Access an elementary grade level writing lesson plan. This can be a lesson you created or one from the Internet.
Evaluate the lesson and look for evidence of writing strategies and differentiated learning for EL students.
Write a 260- to 350-word critique on the lesson plan and address the following:
Identification of English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards that apply to the lesson
A description of the evidence you found within the lesson that reflects the 3 UDL guidelines and differentiated learning strategies
Any modifications you would include in the lesson to make it more comprehensible for EL students and your rationale for these modifications
Any instructional strategies you would use to adapt the content and/or the materials (including technology) for students at different English language proficiency levels
Any online writing tools that foster communication and learning locally and globally
Include the lesson plan with your critique.
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