Grab the deck of cards and play UNO with an auditory spin using this Auditory Rehab Game Changer™. This activity is designed for individuals that are deaf and hard of hearing and for use in cochlear i
...ochlear implant rehabilitation for older children, teens, and adults.IDEAL FOR: Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Listening & Spoken Language, Auditory Training, Auditory Rehabilitation, Speech...The UNO Game Changer✤ is played with special directions and rules✤ challenges beginner and intermediate listeners✤ works in closed and bridge listening sets✤ practices identifying words in sets and within connected speech✤ focuses on taking turns, talking while advocating for hearing needs✤ encourages gameplay and practice at home with family and friends✤ practice can lead to communication success✤ is motivating and funGameChangers™➼ result in natural listening practice much different than contrived lists or online or programs.➼ allow for real-time modifications based on the player's auditory skills➼ fosters self-advocacy skills➼ improves communication confidence and successINCLUDES:a pre-game companion that prepares the Listener to play the gamefeatures practice exercises and activities.offers clear directions for therapists, teachers, a listening coach, family members, and friendsincludes listening tips and strategiesfollows an auditory hierarchyNOTE: The amount of practice necessary will vary before a listener is ready to play the game and is dependent upon the listener’s listening skillsCurrently, there are four Game Changers in the seriesLevel 1: Game Changer - BattleshipLevel 2: Game Changer - UnoLevel 3: Game Changer - Guess Who?Level 4: Game Changer - Scrambled States of AmericaNOTE: Battleship and Uno are beginner-level games.Guess Who? and the Scrambled States games include more pre-game exercises due to the nature, difficulty, and complexity of the game and activity. ★ The card game is sold separately, online, or in stores.
Speaking Up and Being Scared, or Being Prepared? Is a packet of 4 instructional worksheets and a pretest/post-test. The student will explore why many people are afraid of public speaking and specific
...strategies to feel more confident. The activities pose different situations in which they get in touch with their feeling about the situations and apply the different strategies that would decrease negative feelings and increase self-confidence. Includes a page describing communication strategies that are not successful with a spot for student reflection.
The Wizard's Challenge Game is a relevant and motivating resource which can be effectively used with students to reinforce standards based IEP goals and/or objectives in the areas of self-advocacy, se
...lf-concept, communication repair and amplification utilization. The game relies on the players having some knowledge of the Harry Potter books or movies as it compares children with hearing loss living in families where they are the only ones who are deaf or hard of hearing to families of muggles that have a child who is a wizard or witch born into them. A parallel is drawn of Harry as 'The Boy Who Lived' being the only one with a lightening bolt scar on his face at Hogwarts to the student who is the only one using hearing devices in his or her neighborhood school. Print your own game board, cards, and game pieces.
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
This survey is appropriate for tweens and teens, especially those who are B to resist using hearing aids. It asks questions about how students feel about their hearing loss, hearing devices, and commu
...nication with hearing loss. Once the student completes the survey their responses can be compared with a large group of students with hearing loss. Provides discussion questions.
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.
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