Accommodations and Modifications
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Which statement is true?
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    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.
  • Question 2
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    Q. A student with modifications may have which adjustments made to their curriculum expectations?
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    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.
    None.
  • Question 3
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    Q. For each subject or course where a modification is required the IEP must include:
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    The students current level of achievement.
    Annual program goals.
    Learning goals.
    All of the above.
  • Question 4
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    Q. Allowing the student use of headphones in the classroom is an example of?
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    An environmental accommodation.
    A curriculum modification.
    An instructional accommodation.
    Bad manners.
  • Question 5
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    Q. The following are examples of which type of accommodation? Note-taking assistance, visual cueing, assistive technology such as text to speech, frequent breaks.
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    Environmental accommodation.
    Instructional accommodation.
    Assessment accommodations.
    These are not examples of accommodations.
  • Question 6
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    Q. Tim is a bright student who frequently raises his hand in class and participates in discussions with accuracy, however when asked to write the same responses he struggles to articulate his thoughts. His teacher has allowed him to demonstrate his understanding of key concepts through oral responses. This is an example of what?
    answer choices
    A curriculum modification.
    An instructional accommodation.
    An assessment accommodation.
    An environmental accommodation.
  • Question 7
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    Q. Jessica has difficulty focusing and tends to fidget quite regularly at her desk, as a result her teacher allows her the use of a lap snake (a weighted belt) what is this an example of?
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    Unusual teaching methods.
    Curriculum modifications.
    Punishment.
    Environmental accommodation.
  • Question 8
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    Q. Olivia is a happy child who enjoys school, however she struggles greatly with language skills especially reading, despite being in grade 3 she reads at a much younger level. Her IEP indicates that she will have modified learning expectations which will demonstrate knowledge and skills from a different grade level. This is an example of what?
    answer choices
    Curriculum modifications.
    Instructional accommodations.
    Curriculum accommodations.
    Lazy parents.
  • Question 9
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    Q. Which statement is true?
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    Instructional accommodations are adjustments in teaching strategies which enable the student to progress through the curriculum and facilitate learning
    Environmental accommodations are changes to the physical environment of the classroom 
    Adjustments made to assessment activities and methods which help the students to demonstrate learning are assessment accommodations
    All of the above
  • Question 10
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    Q. Which example is not an accommodation?
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    Adjusting the curriculum expectations to meet the student’s current abilities.
    Assessing the student using lowered grade expectations.
    Both are examples of accommodation.
    Neither are examples of accommodation.
  • Question 11
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    Q. Matthew has extreme sensitivity to light causing him duress when the classroom is too bright, he is allowed to wear sunglasses indoors but still seems to struggle. The teacher has suggested to the school that they change from fluorescent bulbs to something less harsh in this particular classroom. What is this an example of?
    answer choices
    Curriculum modification.
    Instructional accommodation.
    Environmental accommodation.
    This is neither a modification or an accommodation.
  • Question 12
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    Q. When a student has modifications it is required to:
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    Express learning expectations in a way which parents and student can understand what is expected and how they will be evaluated. 
    Outline the current level of achievement using the most recent grade from the provincial report card and the grade level of the modified expectations on which the evaluations for this grade level was based. 
    Include an annual learning goal in the IEP which represents a reasonable target which takes into consideration the students strengths, needs and current level of achievement. 
    All of the above
  • Question 13
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    Q. Who is primarily responsible for determining the student’s programming needs and identifying which subjects and programs require accommodations and/or modifications?
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    The principle
    The parents
    The teacher(s) responsible for direct instruction
    The student
  • Question 14
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    Q. Which of the following is an example of an accommodation?
    answer choices
    A reduction in the number of tasks used to assess learning of a concept or skill.
    A reduction in the number of grade-level curriculum expectations. 
    Both are examples of accommodation.
    Neither are examples of accommodation.
  • Question 15
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    Q. When a student is required to achieve, without modifications, most of the grade level expectations what needs to be listed in the IEP.
    answer choices
    All of the grade level expectations.
    Only the grade level expectations that have been modified with no further explanation.
    Only the grade level expectations that have been modified and how they differ from curriculum expectations.
    None of the grade level expectations.
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