Use Listening Options, Tactile Graphics, and Manipulatives
Listening options headphones
1.3 Offer alternatives for visual information
Assessment Example

Options for machine or human read aloud, tactile graphics, or manipulatives are available for students. Teachers can easily choose preferred options for students via personalized student profiles.

Non-example

The text on the screen is small to avoid scrolling, but teachers cannot increase the font size.

Accessibility

Students with visual impairments require text and grahics to be read aloud, so any graphic should be easily and concisely described in words.

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