Students need to know and be able to discuss the facts and labels around their hearing. In this activity students transfer information from their most recent audiogram onto a graph that illustrates b
...oth hearing levels and speech sounds. Encourage discussion of students' challenges associated with having a hearing difference.
Worksheet in which students explore the requirements of different occupations. They list information about the nature of the work, skills/training needed, challenges, and opinions. Includes a workshee
...t in which students list career challenges that they may face and possible solutions to compensate for these challenges.
Students will list possible emergencies for a variety of locations and list specific uses for a variety of emergency technology. Students will define emergency supplies needed at home and follow a fiv
...e step process to plan for an emergency.
Part of the transition notebook. This information and discussion addresses exploring community resources such as vocational rehabilitation for employment opportunities and/or college and university se
...rvices. The template for this chapter will assist in maintaining a record of the services used and the relevant contact information.
Students will define key words and concepts related to money, recognize the difference between goods and services, define interest in relation to money, and explain the difference between simple and c
Worksheet for students in which they describe what they would like to do after high school, what they need to do now to achieve that goal, where they plan to live after high school, and what they need
... to learn to prepare for this future.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on the IEP process. There are 3 worksheets that will walk a student through activily participating in their IEP. Worksheets include: What is an I
...EP?, Recognizing My Strengths and Needs, and Planning for Transition Services. Bundle IDs 0532-0534.
Worksheet in which students describe challenges they may face in their post-high school living environment, accommodations to overcome the challenges, and documentation needed to request the accommoda
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