8. Accept homework created on a computer
Physical handwriting is torture for most people with dyslexia. Word processors make life much easier. Allow them to use the Spell checker and help with grammar and punctuation so that you can see the quality of the content.
9. Discuss an activity to make sure it is understood
Visualising the activity or linking it to a funny action may help someone with dyslexia remember.
10. Give the opportunity to answer questions orally
Often people with dyslexia can demonstrate their understanding with a spoken answer but are unable with to put those ideas in writing.