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A Differentiation Tool. Menu Choice Boards. Menu Choice boards are a way to differentiate content , process and product for all students. Choice. The basis of the board is to allow choice within specific parameters designed by the teacher. Bloom’s Based.

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A Differentiation Tool

Menu Choice Boards


Menu choice boards are a way to differentiate content process and product for all students

Menu Choice boards are a way to differentiate content, process and product for all students.


Choice
Choice

The basis of the board is to allow choice within specific parameters designed by the teacher.


Bloom s based
Bloom’s Based

  • Menu choice boards are based on Blooms Taxonomy.


How to Create a

Menu Choice Board



First

  • Decide on a major theme or topic for the student activities

  • Cscope can help give focus for the activities you will write.


Second

  • Start writing as many activities as you can think of that correlate with the topic.

  • Place the post it notes so that students will select a variety of activities.


Third

Type up your Tic-Tac-Toe form.

nordstrom la menu choice sheet.htm


Fourth

  • Design your process and product criteria choice cards. (or use mine)

  • Design a rubric to grade the activities.

  • Better yet go online and get a ready made rubric for free.

Hyperlink to rubistar

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=RubricSearchResults&module=Rubistar&form_new_search=yes


Fifth

Have students choose from the suggested activities and record their choices on a student activity sheet.

july workshop material\student choice activity chart for class management.xls



Group Discussion

  • How can you use menu boards in your classroom?

  • What are some management issues that you will need to address?

  • What are the benefits to using menu boards?

  • How will I assess the activities?


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