Accommodating Dyslexia in Lesson Planning
The action research outcome suggest that small changes in classroom lesson plan, activities, and exercises can help to accommodate learners with dyslexia. For example, the exercise below shown in monochrome can be used for standard classroom but adapted to students with learning differences. This exercises below allows students to select words for their own pre-compiled list before completing writing the words on the model. Students with dyslexia could be required to use color pencils to label the items. Varying the use of color and monochrome can be a memory aid.