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Listening Development Profile Listening Development Profile
Listening Development Profile
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The Listening Development Profile allows the DHH specialist to rate aspects of student behavior as a beginning listener, intermediate listener, and advanced listener. Reflects the hierarchy of auditor ... y development.
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Advocacy - Supplement to Steps to Success BUNDLE Advocacy - Supplement to Steps to Success BUNDLE
Advocacy - Supplement to Steps to Success BUNDLE
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This bundle of teacher information, worksheets, and activities include a range of advocacy topics from college preparation, to living indpendently. Students will acquire new vocabulary, use critical ... thinking skills to solve problems, opportunities for self-discovery and discussion, and above all learn the who, what, when, how, and why of self-advocacy. Though some activities can be modified for upper elementary, most activities are for intermediate to advanced learners. 41 pages. Collected IDs in the BUNDLE: S0XHLU0740, S0XHLU0741, S0XHLU0742, S0XADV0743, S0XSOC0744, S0XSM0745, S0XADV0748.
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YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy
YOU are Driving Your Brain! Listening for Unknown Words & Asking Questions as Self Advocacy
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Information for teacher about development of metacognitive skills and students' ability to recognize unfamiliar words. Materials to support discussions about what we know and don't know, recognizing u ... nknown words and deciding when and how to ask for an explanation. Includes 5 activities. Vocabulary-loaded text provided, on the topic of environmental concerns. Graphics, word map, desk cards with language of asking for explanation. Suggestions for differentiation.
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Listening Skills - Forming Word Relationships through Listening Listening Skills - Forming Word Relationships through Listening
Listening Skills - Forming Word Relationships through Listening
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Auditory discrimination plays a large part in listening comprehension. These listening strategies and activities can be used to practice auditory and listening skills. Includes recognizing same and d ... ifferent, number of sounds and syllables, word association, listening comprehension, and listening for fact or opinion.
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Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Listening Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Listening
Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Listening
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There are 3 main types of listening: 1) informational; 2) critical; and 3) empathetic. These listening strategies can be used to introduce or reinforce recognizing fact or opinion, responding to "Wha ... t would you do if…?" questions, and making choices based on personal preference and experience.
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Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Hierarchy of Listening (Discriminating Minimal Pairs) Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Hierarchy of Listening (Discriminating Minimal Pairs)
Listening Skills - Instructional Strategies - Hierarchy of Listening (Discriminating Minimal Pairs)
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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; dicriminating minimal pairs, sounds dominoes; and creating rhymes.
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Listening Skills - Sounds as Symbols - Onomatopoeia Listening Skills - Sounds as Symbols - Onomatopoeia
Listening Skills - Sounds as Symbols - Onomatopoeia
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$ 175
These instructional strategies and activities address sound words or onomatopoeia. Words are used in literature to more precisely describe sounds such as human voices, animal noises, and environmental ... sounds. Consider the differences in a growl and a hiss; a giggle and a belch; a splash and a spray; a clang and a thud. You will find strategies for teaching such words and a sound bingo game that can be used with beginning and more advanced listeners.
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Listening Skills - Copy What I Say Listening Skills - Copy What I Say
Listening Skills - Copy What I Say
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Listening and following directions are important skills that require practice. Activities for listening accuracy include Copy what I Say which will help to reveal listening strengths and needs and f ... ollowing precise directions to create a picture.
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Listening Skills - Listening for Past, Present, Future Listening Skills - Listening for Past, Present, Future
Listening Skills - Listening for Past, Present, Future
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$ 125
In reality, time is a recognition of order, duration, and pattern. It is an important part of the executive functioning skills of planning and prioritizing. As a child ages, the cognitive skills neede ... d to conceptualize time move from an awareness of ‘now and not now’ to an understanding of past, present, and future. These instructional strategies include matching correct spoken sentence with picture; using a three section calendar for past,present, and future associations; and using verb tenses for clarity.
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Targeting Phonics & Word Recognition Skills Targeting Phonics & Word Recognition Skills
Targeting Phonics & Word Recognition Skills
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$ 195
Support development of foundational reading skills with activities and materials to practice: 1) vowel perception in isolation and in words, phoneme blending and sound-letter association; 2) discrimin ... ation of vowels in words, sorting long & short vowels.
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