Tiered learning tasks
Depending on students’ abilities, needs, and interests, teachers could design different versions of tasks (e.g. worksheets) to enable students in different ability groups to obtain a sense of achievement during task engagement and to increase their readiness for the next stage of learning. For example, less able students could be assigned easier tasks such as fill-in-the-blanks or picture drawing to represent feelings, and more able students could be assigned more challenging tasks such as paragraph writing.
DI classroom teaching examples (Chinese version only)：
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