Worksheet for entire Upper Elementary Advocacy in Action curriculum. There are 62 worksheets covering topics such as amplification (hearing aid, cochlear implant, FM system), listening environments a
...nd social awareness situations. Bundle IDs 0502-0526
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.
Expose older students to how self-advocacy skills different from school to adult life. Students are given an article written by an adult with hearing loss. Encourage discussion and forward-thinking wi
...th this activity. This article deals with the process of accepting your own hearing loss. See BUNDLE at S0XSCI729.
Topics that students with hearing loss can use as the basis of journaling or discussion in a group of DHH students. Topics are focused on the student's feelings, self-perception, and self-concept. Pos
...sible journal topics for middle school: P07SCI0531.
Topics that students with hearing loss can use as the basis of journaling or discussion in a group of DHH students. Topics are focused on the student's feelings, role models, self-perception, and self
...-concept. Possible journal topics for middle school: P07HLU0531
No prep time, just print and go!Every student needs to learn that friends have similar interests in common, but they are also different. Students will also learn tools that Deaf or Hard of Hearing peo
...ple can use around their house.Download this complete lesson plan written by a certified Deaf Educator for ages 6 to 9 and Grade 1 to 2. Eleven printable worksheets are included as companions to the picture book: My Dawg Koa (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series #3), by Kelly Brakenhoff: two different cover art options, paper craft instructions, six worksheets, and two coloring pages. Video tutorial links are included for practicing the ASL vocabulary and an ASL version of the complete story performed by a deaf college instructor.There are many creative ways to use this workbook in your classroom.Have a small group read the book together, while other small groups are reading a different book. Have the group of students complete the worksheets and discuss their responses to the social emotional aspects of the story. The students can break into pairs to practice the ASL signs used in the book.Have a student read the book independently, complete the worksheets, and view the ASL video tutorials online.Read aloud the story to your class and/or watch the video version of the story in ASL with the link provided. Use the lesson plan and follow the discussion questions with a full class or in smaller groups.This packet is also perfect to supplement homeschooling curriculum.
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