This is a fun digital learning activity for a student to review the 3 parts of the ear. The learner identifies the function of each part, what is in each part and uses a diagram to identify parts of t
...he ear.There are very few digital learning activities available today. Advocacy practice for students with hearing loss includes learning about hearing. As students begin to learn how they ear, identifying the 3 parts of the ear is a first step. They need lots of practice labeling different parts of the ear and identifying how they help with hearing. Learning Objective:1. The student will be able to identify functions of the 3 parts of the ear. 2. Given a diagram, the student will label the part of the ear.
FAKE IT TO YOU MAKE IT is a fun and motivating no-prep grab & go SELF-ADVOCACY resource for elementary and middle school-aged kids who are deaf and hard of hearing. If you're looking for a new twist t
...st to self-advocacy lessons you are at the right place.THIS RESOURCE HAS THREE PARTS:PART ONE:The part of the lesson and self-advocacy content is taught through a colorful nine-page story.Buffy the main character hears with cochlear implants and is relatable for kids that are deaf and hard of hearing. Kids love the comic-like story format!The story is great for auditory comprehension, story recall, and re-telling activities.PART TWO:Next, we meet eight of Buffy's friends who are also deaf and hard of hearing.There are eight situations - one for each friend.The goal is to identify different ways the kids try to bluff or fake it to get by.Each scenario is a common situation that kids with hearing loss face at school, at home, with peers, and in their community.Talking points with guided questions/discussion prompts for each scenario.Kids grapple with the challenging situations to foster self-advocacy learning.PART THREE:Buffy has learned a lot about self-advocacy and shares -Tips For Communication Success.Most importantly Buffy learned that bluffing doesn't work!INSTRUCTIONS1. The therapist, teacher, or parent reads the story about Bluffy and leads a discussion.2. The children listen to each of the eight scenarios. Each scenario can be taught as individual mini-lessons and introduced over time. One or more scenarios per lesson/session.3. The adult uses the questions and discussion prompts to foster self-advocacy learning.WHAT'S INCLUDED:✧ A PDF story that teaches the lesson content.✧ 8 situations or mini-lessons✧ Comic-like pictures illustrate the situations✧ Talking points with guided questions/discussion prompts✧ Advocacy StrategiesDIGITAL - NO PRINT The PDF can be opened and played with your iPad or tablet. When playing on a computer, open and use a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC which is free. ➼ PRINT - This is an option but will use a great deal of ink due to the graphics.
Listen & Think Brainplay is a rich activity that targets listening, following directions, auditory processing, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.Ideal For: Listening & Spoken Language, Executive Fu
...unctioning, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Auditory Processing, Speech, Auditory Verbal Therapy, ELA, Teletherapy, Home...The more a child knows about a topic, such as Thanksgiving the easier it is to comprehend and retain the information. Background knowledge of recurring holidays and seasons is fundamental for language, academic, and communication success. Listen & Think Brainplay is not only a great way to grow Thanksgiving vocabulary but it fosters back-and-forth conversation. Research is clear that when children engage in serve and return interactions, activity increases in the parts of the brain responsible for listening and spoken language processing and production.Children who are deaf and hard of hearing as well as those students with limited language may struggle to increase their vocabulary because of weak auditory memory, difficulty with auditory comprehension, and lack of exposure. What's Included?28 Thanksgiving-related conversation starters, questions, and trivia topics.Answer sheet with space for data collectionFive suggested ways to playListening and Spoken Language (LSL) TipsEasy one-time prep. Print the game card and laminate them if you wish.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈CUSTOMER TIPS:➼ Questions? Email me before purchasing this resource or anytime later♥ Sign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn Emails♥ Let’s Connect:InstagramFacebookKeep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way. Thanks so much!Lynn
This handout includes useful tips for parents about developing a child's self-advocacy when it comes to their hearing devices, communication needs, & listening challenges. Includes 25 point Guide wit
...h suggestions for sequence of skill attainment. PK-Grade 4.
NOTE: Powerpoint Presentation for viewing on PCA collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be re
...resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
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