Consider Preferred Auditory Options
sign language
1.2 Offer alternatives for auditory information
Assessment Example

Options for sign interpretation are available for students. Teachers can easily choose preferred options for students, like sign language, via personalized student profiles.

Non-example

Sign language is standardized in a way that the student is not familiar with (e.g., ASL vs. SEE).

Accessibility

Consider the level of sign language proficiency needed to access the test.

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