Differentiated output hierarchy 3RD



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DIFFERENTIATED OUTPUT HIERARCHY

(3RD GRADE)


  1. Yes / No Strategies

  2. Choice Strategies

  3. Closed Strategies

  4. Visual Organization Strategies

  5. Open Ended Questions



EXAMPLES OF OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS
Math

There are 5 blue birds in the cage. There are 5 times as many green birds in another cage. How many green birds are there?


Social Studies

How are a globe and a dollhouse alike?


Science

Describe at least two ways Mary can improve her experiment.


Language Arts

In a story, a character usually faces a problem. For example, a child named Connor wants a pet but is allergic to cat and dog hair. The ending of the story is important. Finish the story in a few sentences.


Explanation of Open Ended Questions
Open-ended questions may be the most difficult for students with ASD. Many students who have trouble with written language skills or have trouble processing spoken language will not be able to answer open-ended questions as presented in the curriculum.
If the student is having trouble with open-ended questions, it is the time to move through the differentiated output hierarchy.
DIFFERENTIATED OUTPUT HIERARCHY

(3RD GRADE)



  1. Yes / No Strategies

  2. Choice Strategies

  3. Closed Strategies

  4. Visual Organization Strategies



EXAMPLES OF VISUAL ORGANIZATION STRATEGIES
Math

There are 5 blue birds in the cage. There are 5 times as many green birds in another cage. How many green birds are there?


Social Studies

How are a globe and a dollhouse alike? A globe and dollhouse are alike because they both .


Science

Mary could improve her experiment by

1.

2.

3.
Language Arts

Connor wants a pet but is allergic to cat and dog hair.



  1. Connor should

  2. This way he

  3. In the end



Explanation of Visual Organization Strategies
This level should provide the student with a kick-start, which may assist the student in organizing the answer.
Show student how many words or sentences are required to answer a question or complete a paragraph
Examples of Visual Organization Strategies
Directions listed instead of paragraph form
Color coding important information
Utilizing Symbols to connect information needed to solve the problem or answer the question
Highlighting Important Passages
Expand Writing Output Area with Bold Pen
Highlighting Process + - x, etc

DIFFERENTIATED OUTPUT HIERARCHY

(3RD GRADE)



  1. Yes / No Strategies

  2. Choice Strategies

  3. Closed Strategies



EXAMPLES OF CLOSED STRATEGIES
Math

There are 5 blue birds in the cage. There are 5 times as many green birds in another cage. How many green birds are there?


X = green birds



Social Studies

A globe and dollhouse are alike because they are a of the real thing.


Science

Mary needs to be sure all the pieces of the cloth are _______________



____________________.

Language Arts

Connor is allergic to dog and cat hair. A pet he might not be allergic to is

a .

Explanation of Closed Strategies
Closed strategies organize the student’s output within the curriculum.
Closed strategies narrow the depth of the curriculum.
Closed strategies allow the student to utilize recognition skills versus recall skills to output the information.
Some Examples of Closed Strategies:

Fill in the Blank Word Bank

Page of number of reference Highlighter Tape

Symbols – Box/box….triangle/triangle Context Clues

Highlighting formula + - x, etc Give formula with symbols

DIFFERENTIATED OUTPUT HIERARCHY

(3RD GRADE)



  1. Yes / No Strategies

  2. Choice Strategies


EXAMPLES OF Choice Strategies
Math

  1. x 5 =

20 25 30
Social Studies

A globe and a dollhouse are alike because they are both ______________of the real thing

models newspapers copies
Science

Circle one way Mary could improve her experiment

Pieces of cloth need to be the same size

Use more clothing made by Girbau


Language Arts

What might be a good pet for Connor?

Bird Puppy

Explanation of Choice Strategies
Choice strategies provide the student with a visual method to recall the information.
Closed strategies should be utilized in a combination of other hierarchy strategies
Examples of Choice Strategies

Color coding a word bank - two choices Pick between two instead of four

Blocking out choices Color matching multiple choice

Pictures of the two choices 2 choices in sentence form


DIFFERENTIATED OUTPUT HIERARCHY

(3RD GRADE)


  1. Yes / No Strategies



Examples of Yes/No Strategies
Math

  1. x 5 = 20

Yes No
Social Studies

Are a globe and dollhouse both models of the real thing?

Yes No

Science

If Mary wanted to improve her experiment, she could make sure the pieces of cloth were the same size.

Yes No
Language Arts

Is a bird possibly a good pet for Connor?

Yes No

Explanation of Yes / No strategies
Change the format of the question into Yes/No
Overlay other hierarchy strategies
A Yes / No strategy may have to be taught to a student
The staff person must systematically provide the Yes / No strategy to the student.

Name: Date:


Science – Reflective Questions Assessment

Student Sheet





  1. Mary wanted to find out what kind of cloth dries out the fastest after it gets wet. She got a cotton scarf, a wool mitten, and a nylon shirt. She poured some water on all three and then put them out to dry. The next day she felt the three pieces of clothing and they felt dry. She concluded that all kinds of cloth dry at the same rate.

Leslie thought Mary’s experiment did not prove that all kinds of material dry at the same rate. Describe at least two ways Mary could improve her experiment.




  1. She needs to be sure all the pieces of cloth are the same size.




  1. She needs to use the same amount of water to wet each cloth.




  1. She needs to make observations more often to determine which dried first.


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