•Provide student with simple instructions

•Use simple language, being cautious of using humour

•Modifying assignments to meet their needs, basing it on their cues

•Provide opportunities to the child straightforward tasks, as this will allow the student to be focus, by minimizing feeling of being overwhelmed when stuck

•Provide the child with opportunities to collaborate with their peers in small group activities (this will depend on individual student)

•Use positive reinforcement, acknowledge students contribution and success

•Student need visual props to assist them in their transition and to tap into their prior knowledge and experience as to what the visual prop represents

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