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Accommodations and Modifications


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  • 1. Multiple Choice
    3 minutes
    1 pt
    Which statement is true?
    An accommodation is a change which helps a student overcome or work around a disability, whereas a modification alters the expectations of what the student is being taught.
    Both accommodations and modifications alter the expectations of the curriculum.
    An accommodation can only be made to the class environment.
    Students with modifications cannot be expected to demonstrate any curriculum expectations at their grade level.
  • 2. Multiple Choice
    3 minutes
    1 pt
    A student with modifications may have which adjustments made to their curriculum expectations?
    A change in the number and or complexity of the curriculum expectations. I.E in math demonstrating half of the expectations for a particular unit.
    Use of curriculum expectations from a lower grade. I.E a student in grade two expected to decode 50 new sight words at the mid-Grade 1 level.
    Both A and B.
  • 3. Multiple Choice
    3 minutes
    1 pt
    For each subject or course where a modification is required the IEP must include:
    The students current level of achievement.
    Annual program goals.
    Learning goals.
    All of the above.
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