Classroom Instruction - Nine types of Accommodations

Nine Types of Adaptations and Modifications

Quantity –

  1. Child will simply evaluate 4 numbers. This will be fewer than the other students.
  2. The child will identify 1 property of rational numbers.
  3. Child will identify 1 property of irrational numbers.

Time –

  1. Warm Up will have more time because child will have fewer questions
  2. LD Students will have more time with rational numbers because they have fewer questions.
  3. LD Students will have additional time with irrational numbers because they will have fewer numbers to define.

Level of Support

  1. LD child will have more support with assistance from teacher assistant.
  2. LD child will have more support with additional assistance from peer student.
  3. LD child can have assistance from teacher.


  1. LD will not have work at the same level.
  2. LD child will have number with fewer digits.
  3. LD will have rules sitting before him or her to assist with understanding

Input –

  1. LD child will have a chart
  2. LD will have enlarged visual aids
  3. LD child will have been given a learning chart prior at the beginning of the unit


  1. LD will be able to point at answer and then answer aloud
  2. Instead of answering aloud the LD child can write in a spiral for teacher or TA
  3. LD will be able to complete similar chart


  1. As mentioned previously, the participation can be through writing
  2. Participation can be demonstrated with the warm up information that was written
  3. Participation can be accomplished through the writing

Alternate Goals

  1. Student should be able to understand that there are different types of numbers.
  2. Students can now identify natural numbers
  3. Ensure that student can master whole brain examples of whole numbers.

Substitute Curriculum

  1. Student will identify number vs. symbol (Pi) or letters
  2. Student understands natural number and whole brain examples
  3. Student identifies fractions