Chapter 6 asks you to examine your teaching standards to determine which are content standards and which are methods standards. The first PLC assignment requires you to separate your standards and simplify the language so you can share the product with students and their families. This is important because different types of standards lend themselves to different UDL strategies.
If your PLC is meeting to discuss Chapter 6, you may want to view this supplemental Google Slideshow, which includes activities that will prompt you to consider what UDL looks like when considering the two types of standards. Activating your prior knowledge will help you as you read the rest of the book. Also, if you need additional support to answer the question, "What does UDL look like?" check out this blog I wrote, Million Dollar Question: What Does UDL Look Like? that answers the question.
At this point, you should have some knowledge of the UDL guidelines and how they influence lesson design. Think of one lesson you taught last week. Look at the Guidelines and think about how the lesson would have been different if you designed the lesson using those Guidelines. How would have students received the new UDL lesson?