This bundle exposes older student to how self-advocacy differ from school to adult life. Topics range from advocating in the classroom, accepting one's hearing loss, working with infelxible teachers,
...to understanding of accomodations. These articles encourage discussion, problem-solving, and critical thinking with advanced learners. Collected IDs in the Bundle: S0XADV0721, S0XADV0722, S0XADV0723, S0XADV0724, S0XADV0725, S0XADV0726, S0XADV0727, S0XADV0728.
Listening Inventory For Education - Revised 15 questions in the Student Appraisal. 5-level response rating level of challenge listening under 15 different classroom and school listening situations.
Playing WAR! is a great card game to foster listening and spoken language abilities. Follow the traditional game directions except lay the cards face down and announce the name of the card being playe
...ayed such as Four of Hearts or King of Diamonds. The key is to listen and NOT look! If the player sees the cards they lose the opportunity to focus on hearing alone.So simple yet kids listen and learn the language of early math concepts like numbers, their value, comparing, more, same, different, greater, less than, higher, lower, and so on.Taking turns, patiently waiting for their turn, quickly taking a turn without making others wait too long, how to be a gracious winner or loser and other social skills flourish while playing WAR.IDEAL FOR: Listening & Spoken Language, Auditory Verbal, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Speech, ELA, Teletherapy, Home Carryover or Distance Learning, Face to Face, Digital, Print...INCLUDESPrintable reference gameplay sheetsTwo sizes
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems), hearing loss basics including audiograms and ear anatomy, liste
...ning environments, and social awareness situations.
Expose older students to how self-advocacy skills different from school to adult life. Students are given an article written by an adult with hearing loss. Encourage discussion and forward-thinking wi
...th this activity. This article deals with developing an identity as a person who is from the Deaf culture or who functions in the world as a hard of hearing communicator. See BUNDLE at S0XSCI729.
The key difference between advocacy and self- determination is the student is driving the bus. The student is making decisions without being told what to do. Students who are self- determined are appl
...ying all the advocacy strategies we have been drilling, insisting on, and pushing for ON THEIR OWN! Provides goal sheets for teachers to plan self-determination activities and students to set goals for themselves.
Part of the Listening Inventory For Education Suite of Checklists. Student selects multiple choice answers when asked what they would do when they do not fully hear or understand in different situatio
...ns. Can be used as a functional assessment of self-advocacy needs, goal-setting, and progress monitoring.
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