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RAFT

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RAFTs

 

RAFT is an acronym for Role, Audience, Format, and Topic.  In a RAFT, students take on a particular role, develop a product for a specified audience in a particular format and on a topic that gets right at the heart of what matters most in a particular segment of study.  At some points, a teacher may want to assign students particular RAFTs and at other points may want the student to make the choice.  RAFT assignments are typically of fairly short duration and can be completed at school or at home.

 

From Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom by Carol-Ann Tomlinson

 

Resources

RAFT Template

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