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Sometimes I Like the Quiet (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook Ages 3-5 Sometimes I Like the Quiet (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook Ages 3-5
Sometimes I Like the Quiet (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook Ages 3-5
By Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series
sku: A25TEA1455
$ 699
No prep time, just print and go!Every student needs a break sometimes. Students will learn what makes people tired.Download this complete lesson plan written by a certified Deaf Educator for ages 3 to ... 5 and Pre-K to K. Twelve printable worksheets are included as companions to the picture book: Sometimes I Like the Quiet (Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series #4), by Kelly Brakenhoff: two different cover art options, five 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.
How to be Cool How to be Cool
How to be Cool
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XSCI0368
$ 1
Excellent discussion handout to share with tweens and teens. Based on a study of a group of teens charged with creating a list of what makes individuals 'cool' and more acceptable to peers. Provides i ... mportant insights about individuality and standing up for who you are and what you believe in.
You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss
You and Your Tricky Hearing Loss
By Karen Anderson
sku: P01SCI0669
$ 050
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.
Self-Advocacy - Who knows me Best? What I know about Myself Self-Advocacy - Who knows me Best? What I know about Myself
Self-Advocacy - Who knows me Best? What I know about Myself
$ 095
This lesson plan includes objectives for helping students determine what they know about themselves. Students will be able to find and use descriptive words in writing about themselves and others.
Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Team You! Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Team You!
Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Team You!
$ 1
Engage teens in discussion and goal-setting for future success as a young adult with hearing loss. See BUNDLE at S0XSOC739.
Self-Advocacy Listen & Draw Directions DHH Self-Advocacy Listen & Draw Directions DHH
Self-Advocacy Listen & Draw Directions DHH
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LIS1207
$ 3
LISTEN TO LEARN is the eighth in the popular Listen & Draw series. These are all auditory imagery activities that target following directions while growing vocabulary, memory and sequencing skills. De ... etails can be easily simplified or information added to increase the complexity to match the child’s listening and language goals.Children listen to detailed descriptions then follow the directions and draw four different young students all of which are deaf or hard of hearing and use hearing technology. A couple of the kids could be better listeners which is both entertaining and learning opportunities for the kids.Isabella hears with two cochlear implants.Watson hears with two hearing aids.Bryn hears with a Baha® device.Noah hears with a hearing aid in his left ear and a cochlear implant on the right. This LISTEN TO LEARN activity also targets self-advocacy skills. Talking through each scenario will encourage your students to understand the importance of listening to learn and be successful at school.Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) tips are included to encourage auditory learning.
My Dawg Koa ( Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook  Ages 3-5 My Dawg Koa ( Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook  Ages 3-5
My Dawg Koa ( Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series) Printable Workbook Ages 3-5
By Duke the Deaf Dog ASL Series
sku: A25TEA1453
$ 699
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 3 to 5 and Pre-K to K. Nine 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, four 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.
High Frequency - Relationship of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning (Spanish Version) High Frequency - Relationship of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning (Spanish Version)
High Frequency - Relationship of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning (Spanish Version)
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: P0XTEA1193
$ 0
Handout with information on possible impact on understanding language, speECH-, social, and need for educational accommodations and services in Spanish language. For high-frequency hearing loss. ...
Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Prom Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Prom
Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Prom
$ 1
Engage teens in discussion and goal-setting for future success as a young adult with hearing loss. See BUNDLE at S0XSOC739.
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
By Karen Anderson
sku: P01SCI0668
$ 0
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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