Here are some examples of modifications. Remember, that a modified lesson in an inclusive classroom is a lesson where the objective and/or learning materials have been changed to meet the needs of a special learner. However, the overall concept or activity remains the same so that the learner can experience the curriculum alongside his or her classmates.
|This math sheet has been easily modified by providing alternate questions.|
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|This math sheet can be modified by having the student complete |
alternate math operations with the numbers on the page.
|This Grade 8 science vocabulary activity has become a YES/NO activity.|
|An alternate activity is provided for the student |
using the same handout as the rest of the class.
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|Alternate text can be placed over the original text in a class novel.|
In addition, you can modify a lesson by using the following strategies:
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Hope this is helpful! Let me know if you have any questions. Also, feel free to share any modified activities you may have!