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Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Confidence & Self-Esteem Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Confidence & Self-Esteem
Advocacy-Talk from the Trenches-Confidence & Self-Esteem
$ 1
Engage teens in discussion and goal-setting for future success as a young adult with hearing loss. See BUNDLE at S0XSOC739.
Hearing Loss Self-Advocacy Stacking Blocks Game Hearing Loss Self-Advocacy Stacking Blocks Game
Hearing Loss Self-Advocacy Stacking Blocks Game
By The Tote Bag Teacher
sku: A21ADV1360
$ 6
Teaching self-advocacy skills doesn't have to be a drag with this hands-on, engaging game! This product will provide loads of fun for your students with hearing loss, whether they're just starting to ... learn how to self-advocate or they've been at it for a while.This product features 60 self-advocacy prompts that were designed to be conveniently printed on Avery address labels to be placed on Jenga blocks. To play, simply print, stick, and let the fun begin! Perfect for cooperative play, group work, one-on-one sessions, this game is sure to meet a wide variety of needs and ages.What's Included:2-page pdf with 60 self-advocacy prompts (30 per sheet). These have been formatted to work with Avery label number 5160.A color-coded copy and black and white versions are included.Teachers' notes with color-code key; labels are color-coded according to categories (self-advocacy, parts of the ear/causes of hearing loss, hearing technology/audiology, self-identify, & communication).Answer key (although many answers will vary).Jenga blocks are NOT included.Please note:I have formatted these labels to work with Avery label number 5160, although printers may vary.For best print results, use genuine Avery products, select "labels" in your printing settings, and use the manual feed.I am not responsible for misaligned printing due to differences in printers
Advocacy-Adult Perspective-From Denial to Acceptance (Janet) Advocacy-Adult Perspective-From Denial to Acceptance (Janet)
Advocacy-Adult Perspective-From Denial to Acceptance (Janet)
$ 1
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 the process of accepting your own hearing loss. See BUNDLE at S0XSCI729.
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.
Self-Advocacy Developing Self Determination Self-Advocacy Developing Self Determination
Self-Advocacy Developing Self Determination
$ 150
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.
Informal Inventory or Independence and Self-Advocacy Skills for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students Informal Inventory or Independence and Self-Advocacy Skills for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students
Informal Inventory or Independence and Self-Advocacy Skills for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XASM0091
$ 0
Teacher Checklist or DHH Specialist rating of independence as a student, self-advocacy, peer interaction, community, use of an interpreter. Scoring identifies level of advocacy and independence. Appro ... priate for Deaf students and hard of hearing.
Self-Advocacy THIS OR THAT Activity Self-Advocacy THIS OR THAT Activity
Self-Advocacy THIS OR THAT Activity
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15ADV1335
$ 6
THIS OR THAT is a FUN and motivating activity for elementary and middle school-aged kids who are deaf and hard of hearing. There are 12 common situations, kids with hearing loss face at school, home, ... e, with peers, and in their community. It gets them listening, thinking, talking, and debating situations and self-advocacy optionsEach situation offers two very different ways to react or advocate for themselves. This or That? One is a take-charge approach and the other is often an escape behavior. This activity provides opportunities for kids to grapple with challenging situations and explore communication repair strategies within a supported environment.Each situation can be taught as individual mini-lessons and introduced over time. Pick and choose what situation meets a child’s needs. Or share a new situation each lesson and review the past scenarios to help the child become a KID IN CHARGE of their hearing loss and environment.Ideal for: Speech, Listening and Spoken Language, Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Counselors, Teletherapy, Digital, PrintWhat's included in this resource:✧ 12 THIS OR THAT situations or mini-lessons✧ Real photos that illustrate the situations✧ Talking points with guided questions/discussion prompts✧ Advocacy Strategies➼ DIGITAL - NO PRINT can be opened and played with your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet. When playing on a computer, open and use a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC which is free. ➼ PRINT - Print out the 12 situations and a copy of the Discussion prompts and questions.◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈ ◈CUSTOMER TIPS:➯ Questions? Feel free to email me before purchasing this resource or anytime later. ❤ Don't forget to leave feedback. You will receive TPT credits that can be used on future purchases. Go to your ‘My Purchases’ page. Beside each purchase, you'll see a ‘Provide Feedback’ button. I value your feedback greatly as it helps me determine which products are most valuable for you.➯ Be the first to know about freebies, sales, and product launches. Look for the green ★ next to my store logo and click it to become a follower. Let’s Connect:InstagramFacebookPinterestHearSayLW.comHearSayLW BlogTwitterSign-up HERE for the Listen With Lynn Newsletter❤  Keep up your good work. I am blessed to help along the way. Thanks so much! LynnTerms of Use:© 2022ListenWithLynn. All rights reserved by the author. These materials are intended for personal use by a single therapist, parent, teacher, or classroom only. Copying for more than one therapist, parent, teacher, classroom, department, clinic, practice, school, or school system is prohibited. For use in multiple classrooms or clinics, please purchase additional licenses. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. See product file for clip art and font credits.
Comparing Listening Situations Comparing Listening Situations
Comparing Listening Situations
By Andrea Praught
sku: A14ADV1162
$ 5
This interactive Google Slides activity asks students to evaluate 4 listening situations (presented in pictures and short descriptions) and rate them on a scale according to listening difficulty. Afte ... r rating the situations, students are tasked with providing an explanation of why each situation is difficult or easy to hear. This would be a great 'stepping off' activity to begin a unit on coping skills or to evaluate how a student perceives different situations and why/how he/she feels about his/her listening abilities.There is very little digital learning activities available for remote learning today. This tool that asks students to rate situations that are difficult or easy to hear encourages introspection about a student's hearing loss. Asking student to explain why the situation is easy or hard to hear encourages them to evaluate their own listening skills and how advocacy can improve even the most difficult situation.Learning Objective:The student will be able to compare listening situations by rating them on a scale from easy to hear to hear. The student will be able to describe why a specific listening situation is difficult or easy to hear, giving support for their answers.
Organizations - Advocacy in Action Organizations - Advocacy in Action
Organizations - Advocacy in Action
$ 075
Worksheet in which students list organizations, purpose, membership, benefits, and how the student might use the organization in the future. Students develop a reference for themselves for post-high s ... chool situations.
Understanding Classmates' Comments and Questions Understanding Classmates' Comments and Questions
Understanding Classmates' Comments and Questions
$ 095
Use these discussion questions and fillable planning guide to help students problem solve and learn to advocate for themselves when they do not have full access to a spoken message.
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