Correct pronunciation should be used in reading a misspelled word aloud. A problem with reading The problem could be caused by a learning disability in reading.
Includes words in stem, question, answer choices, and any stimuli e. Reminder: For grade 3 mathematics, standard test administration procedure allows all grade 3 students to receive reading decoding assistance on this assessment.
Routinely and effectively uses this accommodation during classroom instruction and testing, and Meets one of the following: Receives special education services and is identified with dyslexia or has evidence of reading difficulties. Type 1 Special Considerations Test administrators should be trained in all transcription procedures located in this accommodation policy document and understand the boundaries of the assistance being provided.
These may be further clarified or interpreted as long as the substance of the directions is not changed. Numbers, symbols, and abbreviations can be read aloud as long as doing so does not invalidate what item is testing.
SOA should only be administered to an eligible student for whom the appropriateness of this type of oral administration has been discussed and documented.
There are practical considerations unique to the writing test that make reading aloud the writing passages and answer choices problematic. The student may need to test in a separate setting to eliminate distractions to other students and to ensure the confidentiality of the test.
Routinely and effectively uses this accommodation during classroom instruction and testing, and Meets one of the following: Has an impairment in vision that necessitates the use of Braille or large print test materials Has a disabling condition that prevents him or her from independently and effectively recording responses on the answer document ESC Region 11 Source: TEA Student Assessment 33 Basic Transcribing Special Considerations Electronic devices with internet or photographic capabilities are not allowable.