|Item Section||Removed/Alternated Expressions|
|Public special needs collaborative||removed|
|Part 1: Participation|
|“Bathroom”/Toiletingb||changed into “lavatory”|
|Physical acts of getting to/from the “bathroom”b||bathroom changed into “lavatory”|
|Eating occurs in the “cafeteria”c||cafeteria changed into dining area|
|Part 2: Task Support/Physical Tasks|
|Playing “kickball”d||changed into children’s soccer|
|Setup and Cleanup|
|Classroom “containers”e||container changed into class tools|
|Computer and Equipment|
|Removing “tape or diskettes”f||flash or CD|
|Part 3:Activity Performance /Physical Tasks|
|a) Recreational movement|
|Runs at least 20 feetg||20 foot changed to 6 meter|
|Play (“dodge ball ,baseball”)h||vasatii and ball games were replaced|
|Plashes handle to toiletj||drag flushing toilet|
|c) Written Work|
|Works from “left to right”k||from right to left|
|Responds to emergency signal by initiating established routinel||(like earthquake maneuver)|
aSchool type in Iran is different with the United States. In Persian version of SFA, Iranian schools were replaced. “Independent school” means non-governmental school; but Iranian schools are under the Iran’s education law.
bIranian schools do not have “bathroom” for students, so the “bathroom” word has been changed.
cIn public schools of Iran “cafeteria” is not established and non-governmental schools have “Dining area”.
dPlays types according to Iranian culture are replaced.
eIn Iranian schools “Container” does not exist.
fUse of tape or diskettes is largely obsolete in Iran.
gThe unit of measurement changed from feet to meters.
hIran’s usual games were replaced. This means that instead of Dodge ball, Vasati and Instead of baseball, ball games were replaced.
iRefers to any game where players try to beat other players with ball and other players prevented from hitting the ball.
jDue to the difference Iranian Lavatory, The term of “Plush” replaced.
kDirection of writing in Persian is from right to left.
lAccording to professional’s offer, examples mentioned at the end of phrases, to better understand this issue.