A class is required to provide an oral presentation to the class on a specific habitat and its attributes. The
instructor has provided a graphic organizer to include all content that needs to be included. Julie will be
using the same graphic organizer as the rest of the class, but because of her fear of standing up and talking
in front of the class, her presentation will be taped and shown in succession with the others.
● During a lesson on figurative language, the class will be learning to describe, recognize and locate examples
of simile, metaphor, personification and alliteration within fictional texts. Joe, who has a significant disability,
will be assessed on recognizing, describing and locating examples of personification.
● Amanda has an intellectual disability. She has been participating in some general education classes. Her
4th grade general education teacher has given her spelling tests. She received failing grades on the past
four spelling tests. The teacher has decided to reduce the number of spelling words on Amanda’s list. She is
only responsible for the single syllable words on the spelling list each week, while the rest of the class
practices one, two, and three syllable words.
● Malcolm’s score on in-class assignments and assessments improve when he is provided with large print
material. The teacher provides Malcolm materials with larger print because she has observed that his
comprehension also greatly improves.