We all know our students with hearing loss bluff so how do we talk about it with our students? In this short social story there will be plenty of opportunites to talk about what is bluffing and common
... situations in school when talking with their friends when bluffing can happen. There are also simple illustrations that provide opportunities to discuss what to do and not to do.
Our student with hearing loss already face lot of challenges, and to add bullying and teasing just makes things more complicated. As educators and care-givers, we have to prepare our students for bull
...ying and teasing at school, also what to do when it happens. In this social, it talks about different teasing/bullying situations for you and your students to discuss, role-play and problem solve how they can best deal with these situations. They are tips for students and tips for teachers to share with their students as well. We want our students to self-confident when facing teasing or bullying.
We all need reminders, especially when it comes to our deaf/hard of hearing students with staying on the topic in conversation. With this social story you will be able to talk about what staying on to
...pic means and how to do it. There are examples of short dialogues of some staying on topic and of those who did not. You can also talk to your students about the corrections they can make in the dialogues to be on topic. It is a great way of helping your students to stay in the conversation and appropiate things to say.
Teaching our students about their accomodations and devices is important skill for self-advocacy. In this short social story you can review with your students their hearing devices they need for schoo
...l, seating and accomodations. Use this story to look at their 504/IEP/Ifs plans with your students to see what are their accomodations in school. Also talk about their devices they use at school to help them hear throughout the day. This social story has a total of 7 pages that open for talk about accomodations at school and help students to set goals for improving self-advocacy.
Peek into a short conversation of two students who talk about what they do when there is a communication break-down. Though this story is short it opens a way for conversation, and to role-play commun
...ication strategies when student's have break-downs in communication.
Our students may be reminded to "season their words with salt", to make it tasty to their listeners. Often it is not what we say, but how we say things to others. This social stories provides examples
... of what not to do and ask a question for discussion on how they can fix it to make it better. Definitely, a great way to work one on one or in a group session with your students.
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.
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