This product contains 15 self-advocacy scenarios for geared to help deaf and hard-of-hearing students. There are both "ideal" listening situations and "difficult" listening situations included in orde
...r to help students develop self-advocacy and problem solving skills.Read each scenario and ask your student to determine if is an "ideal" listening situation or a "difficult" listening situation. If it is a difficult situation, what can be done to fix it?This product is best used with students who are in upper elementary grades and up. It contains both school-based and community-based scenarios.
This product contained 20 statements in flashcard form focusing on self-advocacy skills. You can use this as a fun end of the year activity or even as an assessment to gauge your student's understand
...ding of self-advocacy skills. This would also be an excellent way to reinforce/support the difficult concept of "true or false" with your students.Read each statement to the student. Ask them to decide if the statement is "true" or "false."
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.
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