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English spelling is fiendish, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun with it. English spelling is fiendish, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun with it. I love words and bits about their origins and the evolution of the language, but these bits weren’t even that well-done.
It is important to remember that those modifications that require student responses (e.g.
using the SLANT strategy) should be systematically taught, and that the effectiveness of the accommodations and modifications should be monitored and changes made as needed.
Learner accommodations and instructional modifications are designed to support students who have learning problems within classroom settings.
In choosing appropriate accommodations and modifications, it is important to consider the characteristics and needs of the student and how these interact with the proposed lesson format.
Considering all four components- lesson presentation, student response, student evaluation, and lesson content will assure a more complete match between the student's needs and the classroom activities.
In the following section, suggested learner accommodations and instructional modifications are categorized according to types of problems that students who have math learning problems often display.
The categories include: inattention/distractibility, organization, following directions, memory or recall, and understanding or comprehension. Indeed students who have math learning problems typically have problems in more than one area.
Accommodations and modifications include adaptations to the physical arrangement of the classroom, as well as changes to instructional delivery.
Such changes can include modifications to lesson presentation, student responses, and evaluation and assessment techniques.