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Beyond the Sky’s Limit -PPT Beyond the Sky’s Limit -PPT
Beyond the Sky’s Limit -PPT
By James Bombicino
sku: A13ADV1224
$ 3
NOTE: Powerpoint Presentation for viewing on PCA collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be re ... resolved.20 more situations and scenarios that mix humor with compassion in negotiating social communication.More antics and advocacy for teens and tweens with hearing loss.
Social Skills Checklist - Pre-K/Elementary (fillable) Social Skills Checklist - Pre-K/Elementary (fillable)
Social Skills Checklist - Pre-K/Elementary (fillable)
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XASM0058
$ 350
Teacher Checklist to rate a young child's social play and emotional devleopment, emotional regulation, social cognition, nonverbal and verbal communication skills. Fillable.
Sign Language Basic Sentences Sign Language Basic Sentences
Sign Language Basic Sentences
By ASL Teaching Resources
sku: A26ASL1583
$ 399
Imagine every student, regardless of their ability to speak, can communicate confidently with everyone around them – from the cafeteria workers who serve them lunch to the teachers who educate them an ... and the bus drivers who safely take them home. Picture a set of Sign Language Basic sentence cards that unlock the power of language, making it accessible to non-verbal students and ASL users alike. These visual communication cards are not just a tool; they are a bridge that connects children’s wants, needs, and opinions with the world around them.The Basic Sentences communication cards are a game-changer for non-verbal students, allowing them to express themselves effectively and confidently in English and American Sign Language (ASL). Each card features an English sentence and its corresponding ASL sentence, complete with illustrated signs for visual cueing. (Metal ring not included.)The power of communication lies within 54 visual communication cards encompassing children’s fundamental needs, wants, and opinions. For non-verbal students and ASL users, these cards are a lifeline to the world, allowing them to interact meaningfully with peers and adults alike. From simple introductions like “My name is __” to inquire about others’ names, “What is your name?”, these cards facilitate connections and foster a sense of belonging for every student.One of the key benefits of these visual communication cards is their inclusivity. By presenting each sentence in both English and ASL versions, they effectively build a bridge between the two languages, promoting bilingualism and empowering students to express themselves in complete sentences. From stating their emotions, such as “I am excited,” “I am sad,” or “I am happy,” to expressing their needs, like “I am hungry” or “I need help,” the students can now communicate with confidence and clarity.The effectiveness of these communication cards lies not just in the words they convey but in the additional guidance they offer. The ASL sentence cards come with hints on utilizing facial expressions to add ASL grammar, enriching the communication experience and making it more nuanced and expressive. These cards offer phrases for seeking clarification and cooperation, such as “Can you repeat that, please?” or “Can I have a break, please?” enabling students to engage in conversations and navigate various social situations actively.The impact of these cards goes beyond the school’s walls. With newfound communication skills, non-verbal students can confidently communicate with cafeteria workers about their food preferences, thank their teachers for their guidance, and quickly request assistance from bus drivers. These cards foster a more inclusive and understanding school environment as their peers learn alongside them, embracing the richness of ASL and promoting empathy and acceptance.In a world where effective communication is paramount, these Sign Language Basic Sentences cards break down barriers and enable every student to participate fully. With the power of language now at their fingertips, non-verbal students can express themselves, advocate for their needs, and connect with others in a once elusive way. As the school community unites through language, the benefits extend beyond the classroom, creating a more compassionate and inclusive society.
Social - Appropriately Responding to Others Social - Appropriately Responding to Others
Social - Appropriately Responding to Others
$ 195
Includes fillable materials for teaching perspective of others; opinions; empathy, and importance of reading non verbal language. Reading and comprehension questions for basic to more advanced reader ... s.
Auditory Language & Learning Guide (ALLG) Auditory Language & Learning Guide (ALLG)
Auditory Language & Learning Guide (ALLG)
By Andrea Praught
sku: A14TEA1157
$ 10
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.
Social - Appreciation and Gratitude Social - Appreciation and Gratitude
Social - Appreciation and Gratitude
$ 195
Explains that responding positively to the good things and people in our lives is important in effective social interactions.Includes teaching strategies and 3 worksheets
Social Attributes Checklist (fillable) Social Attributes Checklist (fillable)
Social Attributes Checklist (fillable)
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XASM0057
$ 3
Teacher Checklist to rate a young child's interactions, mood, peer relationsHIPS, interactions. Fillable.
"The Sky's The Limit" "The Sky's The Limit"
"The Sky's The Limit"
By James Bombicino
sku: A13ADV1156
$ 299
A collection of comic strips revealing troublesome situations for teens with hearing loss. Includes commentary on how each humorous situation might be resolved. ...
Class Rules and Expectations Posters ASL Class Rules and Expectations Posters ASL
Class Rules and Expectations Posters ASL
By ASL Teaching Resources
sku: A26ASL1585
$ 695
These vibrant and inclusive Class Rules and Expectations Posters with Sign Language are the perfect addition to your teaching toolkit to create a welcoming and harmonious learning environment for all. ... Every child’s unique learning style is valued in our classrooms, and inclusivity is at the heart of everything we do. These 10 eye-catching posters have colorful backgrounds, delightful illustrations, and written expectations. But that’s not all! We’ve gone the extra mile by incorporating Sign Language signs, making it easier for our little ones to communicate effectively and fostering a sense of unity.Rules and Expectations Word WallThe Classroom Word Wall Posters are here to enrich vocabulary and comprehension. Each poster features words and engaging illustrations, enhancing memory retention and making learning an exciting adventure. Additionally, we’ve included Word and Signs posters, encouraging active participation, and reinforcing the connection between signs and their meanings. By acquiring these expressions, students can engage effectively with their peers and lay the groundwork for a lifetime of courtesy and empathy.Sign Language and Classroom ManagementImagine the joy on your student’s faces as they discover the power of Sign Language. By using these signs, children build essential communication skills and develop empathy and respect for others. The benefits extend beyond language development; they can even assist with classroom management by providing an alternative way to convey important messages without disruption.
Being Polite Being Polite
Being Polite
$ 195
Importance of teaching the language of good manners to students with pragmatic language delays. Worksheets include: " please, sorry, thank you, excuse me" coloring page for younger students; workshe ... et on "please, sorry, thank you, excuse me" for early elementary students; good manners game board with good and bad manners cards to determine moving forward or back; social situation cards for discussion by older students
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