The CAVE Checklist (Fillable Version) is a self-report checklist is intended to be completed students age 9 and above who are deaf or hard of hearing to identify possible communication access issues t
...hat may occur during virtual education situations. It is recommended that the CAVE be completed in an interview format with the DHH specialist discussing each situation with the student. Students read 10 questions related to accessing communication in online learning situations and rate them from Always Easy to Always Difficult, or Doesn't Happen. A total score can be obtained. Not every situation will apply to every student. Situations indicating appropriate access will receive scores of 4 or 5. Items scoring 1, 2, 3, need to be addressed for appropriate access needs. The 10 questions are followed by a list in which the student identifies what he or she thinks helps most during online learning.
The ability to understand size as a comparison of objects or ideas, to identify same or different in size, to sort, rank, and organize according to size, and to visualize changes in size, all impact c
...omprehension of spoken and written language. Using words that convey degrees of size is important element in writing. Use these activities and worksheets to help students understand degrees of size and how to use them in their expressive and receptive language. Activities include introducing size vocabulary, classifying, sentence completion, reading comprehension, and critical thinking.
A ten-page comic-style book (in color & grayscale) defines communication and communication breakdown. Examples are shown as interactions between two boys: Luke and Ricardo. A teacher acts as narrator
...and discusses three tools for repairing communication breakdown: signaling the breakdown, asking for repetition and repeating what was heard. The boys use each tool in responding to a single CBd event. A glossary is provided at the end of the book. Materials also include a graphic organizer, 8 discussion-starter cards, 6 review cards and 5 comprehension questions for assessment. Teacher notes explain how the lesson materials can be used in face-to-face lesson or on a digital platform.
Definition of prepositions and prepositional phrases for parents and teachers; worksheets include: Locating objects (in. on, under, besides, etc.) on a playground scene; practice finding prepositions
... and object of prepositional phrases in sentences; comprehensive list of prepositions and prepositional phrases; prepositional phrases task cards; practice using prepositional phrases as adverb and adjective phrases in a sentence.
Describes how adjectives help us more clearly visualize the action in a sentence. Includes adverb book lists, activities, adverb word bank, Tom Swifty jokes with adverb punchlines, and 8 worksheets to
... develop use of adverbs in speech and writing. Gives an adverb rubric and sample IEP goals.
Measuring the passage of time is a subjective perception. Although the length of a day is measured at 24 hours, sometimes it seems to fly by while at other times it creeps. Use these activities to he
...lp students understand time. Activities include estimating how much time to do a specific task, measuring having enough time to do a task, finding words that indicate time in reading passages, and word scramble using time associated words.
Pretty good, good, and really good are common ways to describe the intensity of appreciation for something. We use these words to quantify and qualify things in our environment. Use this page as a vo
...cabulary or language reinforcement.
This checklist is designed to be part of biannual discussions and monitoring between early intervention professionals and family members of infants and toddlers with hearing loss. Family members are a
...sked to consider the different areas that can affect the rate that communication skills develop and how often their child receives attention to each of these considerations. Areas covered are: Auditory Communication, Visual Communication, and Effective Communication Strategies.
Awareness of how a speaker or author uses weather and temperature to express and symbolize emotion and mood supports comprehension and visualization. It helps connect the listener/reader to the conten
...t. Use these activities to help students understand how to use temperature words to convey mood and meaning. Activities include recognizing symbolism, temperature similes, expressing feelings using temperature words, matching, creating similes, text evidence, and critical thinking.
This instructional bundle contains 7 worksheet packets and the CALI assessment for student attribute knowledge. Topics are: Introduction (0881), color (0882), composition (0883), decription (0884), em
...otions (0885), size words (0886), temperature (0887), time (0888), and review (0889). Includes CALI assessment (0777).
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