In this video, we'll be exploring how to differentiate instruction through comprehensible input in the language classroom.
As language teachers, we know that our students have different learning styles and abilities.
By providing comprehensible input in a variety of ways, we can cater to the diverse needs of our students and ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn and succeed.
In this video, we'll be discussing different strategies for differentiating instruction through comprehensible input, such as providing visual aids, using authentic materials, and adapting activities to meet individual needs.
We'll also be discussing the benefits of using these strategies, such as increased engagement and motivation for students, and better retention of information.
Join us as we dive into how to differentiate instruction through comprehensible input.
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