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Improving Auditory Memory: Techniques and Ideas Improving Auditory Memory: Techniques and Ideas
Improving Auditory Memory: Techniques and Ideas
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This information provides techniques and ideas for how to systematically improve auditory memory. Suggests activities.
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YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy
YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy
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Information for teacher about development of metacognitive skills and students' ability to recognize unfamiliar words. Materials to support discussions about what we know and don't know, recognizing u ... nknown words and deciding when and how to ask for an explanation. Includes 5 activities. Vocabulary-loaded text provided, on the topic of environmental concerns. Graphics, word map, desk cards with language of asking for explanation. Suggestions for differentiation.
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Listening Skills - Listening for Information at the beginning and end of a sequence. Listening Skills - Listening for Information at the beginning and end of a sequence.
Listening Skills - Listening for Information at the beginning and end of a sequence.
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Use vocabulary that is age and language appropriate for the child. Begin with one syllable words and a total sequence of 4 items. Once the child has 100% for 10 sequence sets, consider adding several ... 2 syllable words. If that is mastered, increase the number to 5 items in the sequence. For older students, use specific names of items such as birds – robin, cardinal, seagull, crow.
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Following Oral Directions Following Oral Directions
Following Oral Directions
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Following directions relies on focused listening and auditory memory. This resource includes strategies to teach students, suggestions for teachers to improve students' ability to follow directions, a ... nd activities to practice following spoken directions. Activities can be teacher-to-student or student-to-student. Suggestions for extension activities in English Language Arts are provided.
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Building the Memory Muscle: Auditory Memory and comprehension Building the Memory Muscle: Auditory Memory and comprehension
Building the Memory Muscle: Auditory Memory and comprehension
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Information for teachers about informal evaluation and practice of auditory memory and comprehension. Instructions and 56 picture cards for practicing auditory memory for words. Includes Progress Trac ... ker to enourage increasing number of items recalled. Instructions, text and data collection for Auditory Discourse Tracking. Instructions and materials for auditory comprehension of informational text with comprehension questions, suggestions for differentiation and responding to errors.
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Practice Auditory Objectives During ELA: Auditory Tracking, Verbs and Contractions Practice Auditory Objectives During ELA: Auditory Tracking, Verbs and Contractions
Practice Auditory Objectives During ELA: Auditory Tracking, Verbs and Contractions
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Discussion of student's awareness of unstressed words (has, is are, etc.), perfect tense, and contractions. Explains benefitts of auditory tracking for bilding oral and written language skills. Instru ... ctions and materials to practice: 1) auditory tracking with fiction text. 2) listening to sentences, repeating and counting words. 3) listening to words, counting syllables and writing. Includes interactive notebook page, text with familiar language and vocabulary, record-keeping document, 18 sentence prompts of 5-8 words using past perfect tense, perfect tense and perfect tense with contractions. Describes error correction strategies.
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Auditory Objectives During ELA: Compound Words Auditory Objectives During ELA: Compound Words
Auditory Objectives During ELA: Compound Words
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Describes auditory components of compound words.Data collection sheet and materials for discrimination of auditory discrimination between compound and non compound 2-syllable words. Go Fish game to ma ... tch 20 compound word cards and definition cards. Suggestions for differentiation. Activities conducted through listening, without print.
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Back to School! Listening for Directions Back to School! Listening for Directions
Back to School! Listening for Directions
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Explains 7 factors contributing to student difficulty with following directions, including discussion about importance of critical elements. Includes teacher scripts for practice following common spok ... en directions on paper (e.g., Number your paper from 1 to 7). Includes suggestions for differentiation.
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Listening for Question Type Listening for Question Type
Listening for Question Type
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Discussion of difficulty answering who- questions for student who are deaf/hard of hearing. Materials and instructions to practice identifying the first word of wh- questions. Includes 5 wh- question ... visual cue cards, suggestions for giving feedback and collecting data.
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Listening for Key Words in Questions Listening for Key Words in Questions
Listening for Key Words in Questions
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Picture prompts and instructions to practice answering wh- questions and questions requiring higher order thinking. Includes information for students about the importance of key words and the opportun ... ity to identify key words in questions. Data collection form provided.
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