The following procedures may be used to implement the testing accommodation use of a scribe or use of tape recorder. Unless the IEP/504 Plan waives spelling, punctuation and/or paragraphing requirements, the student must provide all information, including spelling of difficult words, punctuation, paragraphing, grammar, etc. (For the elementary and intermediate State ELA tests, deletion of spelling, punctuation and/or paragraphing requirements are not permitted, and students must provide all information, including spelling of difficult words, punctuation, paragraphing, and grammar for the writing sections of the tests.)
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In the section you can find other useful lessons which are topically based, covering a really wide range of topics such as , , , and . In this section you'll find reading lessons at upper-intermediate level that are on the kinds of topics that often come up in exam texts. I’ve used this lesson on and its effects as it also includes a nice follow-up writing activity that is very similar to the type of writing students have to do in many higher-level exams. There is also a lesson on which I found very useful for students preparing for the IELTS exam.