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Bluffing - Guidance for Student Discussion Bluffing - Guidance for Student Discussion
Bluffing - Guidance for Student Discussion
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$ 075
This information provides teachers and families ideas for how to discuss bluffing with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Children often resort to bluffing, or pretending that they understood, ... when they lack strategies for how to repair a communication breakdown. Guides discussion, not a worksheet. From Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom.
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Communication Styles - Passive, Aggressive, Assertive Communication Styles - Passive, Aggressive, Assertive
Communication Styles - Passive, Aggressive, Assertive
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$ 375
This packet of instructional materials teaches the advantages and disadvantages of different communication styles, specifically responding passively, aggressively, or assertively when you do not under ... stand something that was said. Includes assessments and teaching materials. From Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom.
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Facilitating Development of Self-Advocacy Skills Facilitating Development of Self-Advocacy Skills
Facilitating Development of Self-Advocacy Skills
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$ 850
This packet of instructional materials provides teacher guidance information followed by assessment and instructional materials to use to teach students to recognize listening challenges and related s ... elf-advocacy strategies. From Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom.
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Hearing Your Best Homework Hearing Your Best Homework
Hearing Your Best Homework
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$ 150
This packet of instructional materials includes 5 homework sheets based on the CHILD checklist (P01ASM0573). Ideally, the parent or caregiver would work with the student to discuss each communication ... situation and then determine, 1) what the child can do, and 2) what the family can do to prevent or help to repair a communication breakdown. From Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom.
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How You Hear Depends on the Situation How You Hear Depends on the Situation
How You Hear Depends on the Situation
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$ 1
How You Hear Depends on the Situation is an instructional worksheet activity in which the student must 1) identify the level of difficulty of listening challenges, 2) provide an example of when they e ... xperienced such a situation, 3) come up with examples of what they can do in response to the situation and 4) identify what they could ask their teacher, friends or family to do. A good teaching tool or progress monitoring activity after self-advocacy strategy instruction. From Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom.
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A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss
A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss
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$ 350
The Wizard's Challenge Game is a relevant and motivating resource which can be effectively used with students to reinforce standards based IEP goals and/or objectives in the areas of self-advocacy, se ... lf-concept, communication repair and amplification utilization. The game relies on the players having some knowledge of the Harry Potter books or movies as it compares children with hearing loss living in families where they are the only ones who are deaf or hard of hearing to families of muggles that have a child who is a wizard or witch born into them. A parallel is drawn of Harry as 'The Boy Who Lived' being the only one with a lightening bolt scar on his face at Hogwarts to the student who is the only one using hearing devices in his or her neighborhood school. Print your own game board, cards, and game pieces.
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Preschool Skills for Hearing Aid Independence and Self-Advocacy Preschool Skills for Hearing Aid Independence and Self-Advocacy
Preschool Skills for Hearing Aid Independence and Self-Advocacy
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$ 2
Skill development is defined for preschool children prior to kindergarten. Chart specifies 7 skills and the roles of the preschool teacher, child and the DHH professional in achieving these goals. The ... information describes how the Ling sound listening check should be performed in preschool.
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Advocacy in Action Curriculum Upper Elementary Advocacy in Action Curriculum Upper Elementary
Advocacy in Action Curriculum Upper Elementary
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$ 10
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems), hearing loss basics including audiograms and ear anatomy, liste ... ning environments, and social awareness situations.
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Advocacy in Action Curriculum Middle School Advocacy in Action Curriculum Middle School
Advocacy in Action Curriculum Middle School
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$ 6
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in understanding hearing loss (in themselves and other role models), assistive devices, and social awareness situations.
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Advocacy in Action Curriculum High School Advocacy in Action Curriculum High School
Advocacy in Action Curriculum High School
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$ 8
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in the students involvement in IEP planning, understanding and applying the law, assistive devices, and exploring options after graduation ( ... transitioning into the workplace or postsecondary school).
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