I agree with Hannah. If visual aids help everyone, why not provide them for everyone? When I tweak assessments for a few, I find that the adjustments really would benefit everyone. Since I teach kindergarten, it is extremely important that I provide visuals for my kiddos. They also learn quickly where to find resources (for example, where are the number charts, color words, and vocabulary words in the room?) I also pay close attention to the learning intention and the success criteria. If they are to demonstrate, that could be orally, with a picture, taking a computer test, etc. Many of my students are just learning English. They struggle to remember the names of things. Sometimes, I ask them to 'point to ' the correct answer. As long as they are providing me with the correct answer on their own, it doesn't matter how -it matters that they were able to demonstrate knowledge.