What instructional adaptation should a teacher make while working with students who are ‘Visually Challenged’?

Question 

What instructional adaptation should a teacher make while working with students who are ‘Visually Challenged’?

(a) Use a variety of visual presentation.

(b) Orient herself so that the students can watch her closely.

(c) Focus on a variety of written tasks especially worksheets.

(d) Speak clearly and use a lot of touch and feel material.

Solution

Correct Answer is:(d) Speak clearly and use a lot of touch and feel material.

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