Use this fillable worksheet to help students understand active listening/looking. Students will learn vocabulary, role play active listening/looking situations, and describe challenges of active liste
The Auditory Language & Learning Guide is an EXCELLENT informal evaluation tool for listening and language that can be used with students of any age and language ability. The 2 page checklist format e
...asily allows the teacher to develop IEP goals based on identified student weaknesses in the 4 areas of audition/listening, receptive language, expressive language, and social communication. Skills can be rated as 'targeted', 'emerging', 'mastered' or 'previously assessed' and checked off by date achieved. This assessment tool can be used from year to year allowing instructors and parents to see growth in a students language and learning.
Fillable version of checklist to screen for pragmatic language issues ages 2-7. By age 4 years, 43 of 45 items are typically communicated using complex language. Many children with hearing loss are 3
...years delayed and continue to use 1-3 words rather than full sentences. Includes interpretation and intervention information.
Suggested preparations for the teacher with a diverse classroom on the first day of school. Worksheets include: Coloring page of students with disabilities for pre-K; inclusion games; similarities a
...nd differences survey and follow up activities.
A collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that m
... mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
Feeling empathy for another person is the ability to share or understand his or her feelings. This article discusses how children learn empathy and provides instructional strategies and activities for
... teaching students to respond with appropriate empathy.
These activities focus on encouraging students to be curious; asking questions to get more information rather than worry about syntactical correctness. Worksheets include: Make up a story using who,
...what, why, where, and how picture cards; asking questions board game; asking questions in an interview and writing summary of responses; asking why questions - and seeking answers - about the world around us
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