Writing differentiated lesson plans
Making sure daily planning is responsive to all students is a challenge all teachers face, particularly because the reasons for making adaptations in plans varies, depending on the type of need being addressed (e.g., ability, language, culture, learning style).
First, make sure you are familiar with the various aspects of differentiated instruction.
As daily plans are being written, consider ways to differentiate for individual students and make revisions in plans as needed.
Also talk with colleagues and seek examples of ways other teachers have adapted their plans for particular learners.