I am organizing a chart of the ELD support lessons in Universal. When I go to the lessons pages, the differentiation lessons have a link. The Meeting the Needs of All Learners section just lists topics. Can you please provide some guidance?
I wanted you to know that when I saw this question several days ago I asked for the information that you need. My New York contact and I are waiting on the complete details. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community
I just received an email from New York. She suggested this document: http://www.hmhco.com/products/read-180/pdfs/READ180EvidenceEfficacyPaper.pdf. I'm not certain this is what you were looking for. I found several references to English language learners. The ones that I felt were most pertinent to your question were on the following pages: p. 19-23 p. 28-29 p. 31 p. 38-41 p. 56-57 Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community
We are referring your question to another source. I'll let you know what I hear. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community
I am sorry for my delay in getting back to you. We are required to do an additional 30 minutes daily of designated ELD on top on integrated ELD. The integrated is highly supported in Universal. When I go to the digital lesson plans for differentiation, there often is just a topic to cover, not links to lessons. In workshop 2 it mentions modal verbs, but there is no link to a lesson and when using the resource search, nothing comes up.
Thanks for your additional information. I've sent the question on to New York. In the meantime, I have been able to find the lesson on modal verbs in the Universal Resources. I did a search on the word "modal." It returned a lesson plan with a student handout. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community
Take a look at the Meeting Individual Needs sections of the lesson overview in Teacher Central. See if this is what you need. These have embedded lesson plans specifically for English learners. All text based lessons have a Meeting Individual Needs section. Write me at AskDee@sbcglobal.net, and I can send you a screen shot. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community
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