An English class is most often filled with varying levels of student comprehension. A lesson becomes challenging to mold when trying to fit the individual needs of a class full of students.
High school ELA teacher Ms. Elizabeth Gargis tailors her lesson plan to each of her students when interpreting two stanzas from John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost from contrasting perspectives.
Watch this Common Core-aligned lesson include procedures such as:
- Guided Reading
- Group Work
- Student Presentations
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