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Using tried-and-true examples, this book shows busy teachers how to challenge able children in their mixed-ability classes—where time and resources are usually limited.

The Menu Approach
The menu approach

It is suggested that a menu of activities can be created that allows learners to develop their understanding of a topic based on the multiple intelligences theory. Once again this approach offers opportunities to:

  • Reflect on topics that are being studied.
  • Offer opportunities for self-direction in the activities that are to be tackled.
  • Work with more expert others in the close examination of a topic.

The menu approach is a very simple idea based on providing a list of activities of ...

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