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Significant Cognitive Disability
37 results tagged by “presentation accommodation”
Using peers as co-teachers
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Breaking assignments or text into chunks
Content and Language Supports
Allows a student to better understand selections, test questions, and answer choices.
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A step-by-step demonstration.
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Using images to provide information about a student’s daily schedule.
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Oral Administration - Text-To-Speech (TTS)
Reading support provided by a computer that converts online text into speech output and "reads" aloud.
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Use Calculator, Manipulatives, or Math Tools to Arrive at Response
Student with a significant cognitive disability uses a calculator or other math manipulative or tool to assist with formulating an answer.
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Reread Sections of the Text
Reread sections of the text
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Provide Structured Reminders
Reminders are provided for a student to complete a task.
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