The NOVEMBER Listening and Language By The Month resource includes seven activities that can be used ALL MONTH for auditory memory and comprehension, seasonal vocabulary, developing grammar, and build
The Auditory Language & Learning Guide is an EXCELLENT informal evaluation tool for listening and language that can be used with students of any age and language ability. The 2 page checklist format e
...asily allows the teacher to develop IEP goals based on identified student weaknesses in the 4 areas of audition/listening, receptive language, expressive language, and social communication. Skills can be rated as 'targeted', 'emerging', 'mastered' or 'previously assessed' and checked off by date achieved. This assessment tool can be used from year to year allowing instructors and parents to see growth in a students language and learning.
These activities focus on the hierarchy of auditory development beginning with the easiest- detection- then moving to attention, localization, discrimination, identification, and finally comprehension
.... Activities include discriminating same and different; discriminating minimal pairs, sounds dominoes; and creating rhymes.
Rhyming is a skill that is sometimes difficult for students with hearing loss. These simple activities include listening for rhyme, creating rhyming words, and increasing difficulty from 1 to 2 syllab
...le rhyming words.
Playing BUZZ OFF is an entertaining listening and spoken language vocabulary-building game with FIVE ways to play. Each is a large closed-set listening game that can be played with one child or up to
...p to four players.YOU CAN TARGET vocabulary, descriptive language, spoken language, and conversation skills.Game 1: Auditory IdentificationGame 2: Auditory MemoryGame 3: Auditory AssociationGame 4: CategoriesGame 5: Critical ThinkingIDEAL FOR: Listening & Spoken Language, Auditory Verbal, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Speech, ELA, Teletherapy, Distance Learning, Face to Face, Digital, Print...GAMEPLAY: Buzz Off involves every player on every move. The bright, honeycombed playing boards are full of playful images that children find engaging. Children listen and find pictures in an attempt to make a continuous path of markers from one side of their game board to the other: Blue to Blue, Yellow to Yellow or Green to Green. One of the fun things about playing Buzz Off is that strategy may change based on listening to the other players’ choices. Teletherapy, Distance Learning & Face to Face✢ DIGITAL - NO PRINT can be opened and played with your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet. When playing on a computer, open and use a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC which is free.✢ Print and play face to face or in a small group or classroomPlease note: BUZZ Off is a serve and return conversational game between the adult and the listener(s). Written prompts do not appear on the game cards where they can be read by the player. The therapist, teacher or parent reads the provided prompts to the child and presents them through hearing first which emphasizes learning spoken language through listening.
Playing Listening Lotto is an entertaining game that targets auditory skills for early and advanced listeners including sound identification, auditory discrimination, and localization skills. Targets
Quick functional assessment of precision speECH- sound discrimination. Student repeats VCV phrases. Present at different distances or in quiet/noise. Expectation: student with well-fit hearing devices
..., 70dB hearing level or better, and experience listening with hearing devices should score 100%. Fully fillable format.
When using phonics skills, a student is accessing a learned association between a printed letter or letters and the associated sounds. For example, the letter d is associated with the first sound in d
...og. Consider that letter d, however, in the word walked, when it is produced with the /t/ sound in the past tense -ed ending. Use this fun game with students to practice discriminating, saying, and reading the -s and -es endings.
Playing WAR! is a great card game to foster listening and spoken language abilities. Follow the traditional game directions except lay the cards face down and announce the name of the card being playe
...ayed such as Four of Hearts or King of Diamonds. The key is to listen and NOT look! If the player sees the cards they lose the opportunity to focus on hearing alone.So simple yet kids listen and learn the language of early math concepts like numbers, their value, comparing, more, same, different, greater, less than, higher, lower, and so on.Taking turns, patiently waiting for their turn, quickly taking a turn without making others wait too long, how to be a gracious winner or loser and other social skills flourish while playing WAR.IDEAL FOR: Listening & Spoken Language, Auditory Verbal, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Speech, ELA, Teletherapy, Home Carryover or Distance Learning, Face to Face, Digital, Print...INCLUDESPrintable reference gameplay sheetsTwo sizes
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