I have an entire 5 section unit on Alice in Wonderland unit on TPT. This is one portion. Please search Mrs. Ashby's Alice in Wonderland to see the other sections of this unit including notes, Prezi information, chapter questions, review WITH key, and quiz WITH KEY.
This Alice in Wonderland tiered-learning project is an extensive project that I do with my students in my senior English/Language Arts classroom as we do a novel study on the Lewis Carroll classic.
This project provides students with over twenty activities to choose from that range from essays, Publisher activities,poetry, songs, paintings, PowerPoints, musical selections, skits, illustrations, puppets, collages, dress-up, baking/recipes, and more. It allows students to select the grade that they would hope to receive (according to the number of items they wish to complete) along with the flexibility to do what they are good at in order to reach that grade.
All types of learning styles are considered, and I even provide them with the option to come up with their own ideas to use in place of some of those I present to them as suggestions. This is a perfect activity where a student's grade rests entirely in his own hands.
Great for EL students and special education students because they have options that make them feel successful (or have the option of adding something). It also provides gifted students with the opportunity to shine and show their abilities in many different ways, also allowing them to branch out and come up with an alternative activity that really pushes them to their potential.
Quality work receives the full amount, while incomplete work or half-hearted attempts only receive what the teacher deems appropriate.