Create UDL Lessons, and View Sample UDL Lesson Plans

“If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.”

Ignacio Estrada


Marilyn Shank, Ph.D. provides instructions on designing UDL lesson plans:

http://pages.suddenlink.net/drshankweb/index_files/Page578.htm


ET3 offers directions to create a UDL Lesson Plan:

http://e3t.org/page41/createUDLlessons/53.html

PBS Teachers provides classroom resources for middle school reading and language arts:

http://www.pbs.org/teachers/classroom/6-8/reading/resources/

ET3 offers a model UDL lesson plan for The Pardoner's Tale:

http://e3t.org/page41/page8/ELAmodel.html

The Poetry Archive provides lesson plans for teaching poetry and creativity using multimedia tools:
http://www.poetryarc hive.org/poetryarchive/teachersHome.do;jsessionid=721922F5892612F5F474E0B595CE6315

CAST UDL Editions offers an online lesson for The Tell Tale Heart:

http://udleditions.cast.org/INTRO,telltale_heart.html

CAST UDL Editions offers an online lesson for Call of the Wild:

http://udleditions.cast.org/INTRO,call_of_the_wild.html

CAST UDL Toolkits provides this lesson plan for Understanding Characterization (Grade 8):


http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/toolkits/tk_modellesson.cfm?tk_id=61&tkl_id=161

CAST UDL Toolkits provides this lesson plan for creating a
Poetry and Art Anthology Project (Grade 6):

http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/toolkits/tk_modellesson.cfm?tk_id=61&tkl_id=121





Below, you can download my UDL lesson plan about propaganda, and a UDL lesson plan I will be using in our upcoming Shakespeare unit. These are examples of lessons that provide student choices and integrate technology to reach and motivate all students.
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