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Living in the World with Hearing Loss: What Other People May Think Living in the World with Hearing Loss: What Other People May Think
Living in the World with Hearing Loss: What Other People May Think
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Living in the World with Hearing Loss: What Other People May Think consists of 3 activity worksheets wherein students consider their own feelings about having a hearing loss in contrast to the accepta ... nce of others who do not have a hearing loss. An excercise to use when students resist amplification use and to support self-determination.
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Checklist of Auditory Skills for Classroom Success Checklist of Auditory Skills for Classroom Success
Checklist of Auditory Skills for Classroom Success
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Auditory skills are developed within a set hierarchy. This 1-page sheet provides a checkable list of auditory skills represented by the hierarchy. It is a good summary to share with families and educa ... tors to demonstrate the complexity of learning listening skills when a child is born with a hearing loss.
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Checklist for Language of Directions Skill Development Checklist for Language of Directions Skill Development
Checklist for Language of Directions Skill Development
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This functional checklist includes 10 examples of each of different type of question categories: one-part directions, yes/no questions, what, where, who, why, when questions. Age level expectations ar ... e provided for each type of question category. Provides 3 columns to show test dates and check off for mastery so the checklist can be used by educators or families for progress monitoring.
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The Secondary School Survey The Secondary School Survey
The Secondary School Survey
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$ 275
The Secondary School Survey is an effective tool to help students examine their feelings about their hearing loss and hearing devices and then compare their results to how a group of 64 students in mi ... ddle school from around the US responded to the same questions. By doing so the student can achieve a sense of how their feelings are in comparison to peers with hearing loss. Ultimately this can assist with self-concept, hearing device use, identity and self-confidence.
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Self-Concept and Your Child Self-Concept and Your Child
Self-Concept and Your Child
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Self-Concept and Your Child is information developed for families of students with hearing loss. It provides an overview of the development of self-concept at different ages, realizing differences, st ... ages of grief once the difference is realized, and specific ideas for what a parent can do to improve the self-concept of their child who is deaf or hard of hearing. It ends with suggestions for parents to help their children achieve self-determination.
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Speaking Up - Being Scared or Prepared? Speaking Up - Being Scared or Prepared?
Speaking Up - Being Scared or Prepared?
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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.
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A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss
A Wizard's Challenge - Self-Concept Game for Students with Hearing Loss
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$ 350
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.
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You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss
You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss
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The purpose to You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss is to help the child express the internal meaning of what it is like for them to have a hearing loss. The student is asked to describe different aspects ... of the hearing loss as though it is separate from themselves. This is an active step in helping the student to recognize how different they feel from others and allow discussion to provide other perspectives. This exercise can be followed by The Secondary School Survey (P01SCI0664), the Wizard's Challenge Game (P01SCI0668) or any work to develop communication repair and self-advocacy skills.
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Attitude is Caught, Not Taught for Families Attitude is Caught, Not Taught for Families
Attitude is Caught, Not Taught for Families
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This is a powerful handout Attitude is Caught, Not Taught which sheds light on how parent behavior helps shape child attitudes toward hearing aid use and hearing loss.
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What we Know about Why Children Reject Amplification Devices What we Know about Why Children Reject Amplification Devices
What we Know about Why Children Reject Amplification Devices
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This information reviews research findings that provide insight on which students are more likely to refuse to wear their hearing amplification and reasons why.
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