Benchmark – cross-curricular unit plan | SPD 581

Data should drive instruction and, as a best practice, teachers  should gather formal and informal data before, during, and after every  lesson. This is especially important when integrating cross-curricular  content into English language arts (ELA) lessons. Students who face  learning challenges related to literacy skills often have similar  struggles in other content areas such as math, social studies, and  science. Since students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening  skills and abilities vary widely in all classrooms, it is important to  identify how poor literacy skills can negatively affect performance in  other curricular areas and select intervention, remediation, and  differentiation strategies that can be applied across disciplines. This  can support teachers in meeting the unique literacy needs of each  student and help them work toward becoming proficient in literacy and  more successful in all the content areas.

Carefully review the  data for each student in the “SPD-581 Class Profile.” Assume the  students in the “Class Profile” are in the grade level that you are most  interested in teaching. Using the data from the “Class Profile,”  complete the “SPD-581 Cross-Curricular Unit Plan” template as directed.

While  APA Style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid  academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be  presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA  Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. 

This  assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the  assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful  completion.

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