One accommodation that helps almost all of my students are visual schedules. This product includes 8 editable schedules that you can put each of your student's names on. Visual schedules help to reduce problem behavior because students know what is expected and what they will earn once the tasks are completed.
*I have found it best to laminate them after you print and cut them for durability and so they last longer. You can easily write on them with dry erase markers.*
During each rotation in my classroom either myself or my paraprofessionals fill out the schedule. For example for ELA I would write: 1. Independent Reading 2. Small group with Ms. Rainbolt 3. Practice sight words and then at the bottom for what the student is working for: 5 minute iPad break.
For students who need a denser schedule of reinforcement just write 1 task then what they are working for. It works as a 1st/then visual as well. My students enjoy crossing off what they have already completed and it makes it easier to track what they have completed.