e.g., high interest/low vocabulary reading materials, counting chips
e.g., AAC, switches, claculators, picture journals, journal vs. written
i.e., Partial Participation
e.g., student must complete half the number of math problems required to meet the math curriculum objectives for the week.
e.g., while students are studying rock formations in science, certain students work on speech/language objectives to recognize and point to words and pictures within the context of the geology lesson.
6. Allow additional time to complete an activity
7. Increase amount of demonstrations and hands on experiences
Adapted from the Georgia Systems Change Project (1997), Georgia State University.