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.
List of self-advocacy strategies. Recommended activities and self-advocacy skills to use with the classroom teacher, friends, and requesting accommodations. Overview to learning self-advocacy for stud
Students discuss situations that create listening challenges, discuss strategies and polite requests that can address the problem. An all-purpose game board, worksheets and teacher script creating com
...munication breakdown are provided to facilitate practice.
Ideas for fun activities for students to do to help their teachers understand their hearing needs. Teach students how to share practical information about themselves and their hearing loss with adult
The ability to successfully advocate for needs related to hearing requires an ability to recognize different types of support and how to access them. Competency in other areas is required before this
...goal can be addressed. Students will rate photos of situations according to ease of listening and analyze situations for ways to improve communication and access.
Complete curriculum guidance and scenarios for instruction in the students involvement in IEP planning, understanding and applying the law, assistive devices, and exploring options after graduation (
...transitioning into the workplace or postsecondary school).
Unit 4 - Putting it All Together: Using Knowledge with Skills. Lesson 10. Students will learn how to integrate their self-advocacy knowledge base and their negotiation and problem-solving skills into
...the context of their next IEP meeting. By Kris English.
This checklist is designed to be a pretest/post-test when a Classroom Amplification Distribution System (CADS or soundfield amplification) is used in a classroom in which large group instruction is pr
...esented. It can be used with a selected subgroup of students, or all students can be asked to complete the checklist. Each student rates his/her general responsiveness during instruction on a 1-5 rating scale. Includes room for minimal comments. Results will be most valid for students in grade 4 or ages 9-10 and above.
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