However, by trying to incorporate various methods into your teaching, you may be able to reach the majority of your students.
At the college level, it is expected that students have an idea of how to adapt to most teachers, although it cannot hurt to help them out a little!
The law does not concern private, non-commercial communications, such as non-commercial web publications by private bodies.
It does not concern books, films, public speeches, and other forms of communications not constituting commercial activity.
It stands to reason: "Saying yes all the time can really zap your mood; it can also make you feel resentful and over-committed," says Simon Rego, Psy D, director of psychology training at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City.
Increasing diversity within an organization helps it to mirror the society in which it operates.
The law includes an exception that "these provisions do not apply to documents coming from abroad", but this exception has been interpreted narrowly by the appellate courts.
For example, in 2006 a French subsidiary of a US company was given a hefty fine for delivering certain highly technical documents and software interfaces to its employees in the English language only, and this was upheld by the appellate court.
The law takes its common name from Jacques Toubon, who was Minister of Culture when it was passed, and who proposed the law to the National Assembly of France.
The “duty to accommodate” flows from courts’ interpretation of Human Rights legislation.
Essentially, an employer must provide a workplace that recognizes the differences in a diverse society.
Given this, it's not always easy to know when a firm is in order. The most obvious sign you're too accommodating: Saying yes makes you feel bad.
In fact, a 2010 review of research suggests that women who showed high people-pleasing tendencies (psychologists call it sociotropy) were more likely to feel stress and depression.