If you tend to speak quickly, try to moderate your speed, and slow down when explaining important ideas and facts.
Speak naturally, and don’t over-enunciate or shout.
Warn the student ahead of time if you must change it (such as for small group work).
No one should pet or distract the student’s guide dog, if he/she uses one.
Try not to pace or turn your back to the student while speaking (such as to write on the board).
Be aware that students will not be able to lip-read films.Be patient about the need to repeat yourself sometimes.You can arrange moveable chairs to facilitate the student’s ability to understand you.You will need to have the movie opencaptioned (consult with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Coordinator at the LNEC for assistance), or provide an interpreter, written summary, or screenplay.Discussion and Lecture: When speaking, look directly at a student who relies on lip-reading.
Also the word chalkboard is used often and most schools do not utilize chalkboards anymore. Also typing devices like an alpha smart or i Pad will help with writing assignments.