Morphology is the aspect of language concerned with the rules governing change in word meaning. Morphological development is analyzed by computing a child’s Mean Length of Utterance (MLU). This handou
...out provides information about acquisition of grammatical morphemes
This extensive chart specifies 5 standards for transition skills and topics identified for each skill to meet the standard with goals identified for kindergarten, grades 1-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9, 10, 11, and
...12. Excellent resource for planning and IEP goal writing. From Laurent Clerc Center, Gallaudet University.
Discovery tool for families to raise awareness of the impact of their child's hearing loss and size of their 'listening bubble' in quiet and noise, with and without amplification. Scorable for pre/pos
...t-test use by DHH professionals. Version designed by Oticon.
This information compares the role of educational audiologists and teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing in providing services and supports to students with hearing loss. From Educational Audiology Ass
French Translation - Handout with information on possible impact on understanding language, speECH-, social, and need for educational accommodations and services. Handouts for 9 hearing loss degrees/t
This resource includes two charts. The first provides the typical ages for development of each phonological awareness skill. The second provides the sequence of skills leading to literacy (auditory ba
Worksheet that summarizes a student's critical listening distance in quiet and noise. It can be used as a summary following Functional Listening Evaluation or the ELFLing procedure or to further under
...standing of school staff. Includes an image representing the size of the listening bubble in quiet and noise.
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