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Learning and Teaching Resource Pack for Secondary History Curriculum—How to cater for learning diversity in History class

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1. Why differentiated instruction?

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2. How to use tools to design differentiated History lessons and assess students’ learning progress?
a. Equalizer
b. Frayer Model
c. Roundtable
d. Exit Card

 

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3. How to use differentiated instruction strategies in History classroom?(1)
a. RAFT
b. Jigsaw
c. Think Dots
d. Tiered Activities

 

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4. How to use differentiated instruction strategies in History classroom?(2)
a. Learning Menu
b. Colour and Shape Contract
c. Think Tac Toe

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II Examples of differentiated lesson plans
Junior secondary (S1-3)
1. Life in the Greek city-states:Athens and Sparta (Colour and Shape Contract)PDFDOC
2. Olympic Games (Tiered activities)PDFDOC
3. The Reformation (Tiered activities)PDFDOC
4. Voyages of Discovery (Think Tae Toe)PDFDOC
5. Life in the Age of Machines (Learning Menu)PDFDOC
6. Rise of Hitler and the aggression of Nazi Germany (Colour and Shape Contract)PDFDOC
7*. Relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union During the Cold War (Learning Menu)PDFDOC
Senior secondary (S4-6)
8.Relationship between Hong Kong and the mainland in the 20th century (Tiered activities)PDFDOC
9*. Political and social development in the early period of the Republic of China (RAFT)PDFDOC
10*. Impact of Cultural Revolution (Tiered activities)PDFDOC
11*. Reconstruction and development in Japan after WWII (Think Dots)PDFDOC
12*. Impact of the Paris Peace Conference on Germany (Jigsaw/ RAFT)PDFDOC
13*. Conflicts between Israel and the Arabs (Frayer Model)PDFDOC
14. Factors for economic integration in Western Europe since 1945 (Roundtable)PDFDOC
* The original lesson plan is Chinese version.