This resource contains 15 possible scenarios that young DHH learners may encounter. For each scenario, they are given 2 choice for scripts which would be the most helpful way to respond the problem. T
...he provider can help the student pick the most appropriate thing to say to access their needs.
This resource contains 15 possible listening situations for DHH learners. Read each scenario and have your student decide if this is an "ideal" listening situation or a "difficult" listening situation
This resource contains simple, student-friendly descriptions of possible accommodations used for DHH learners. It also contains a list of commonly used accommodations that your students can use a reso
...urce/checklist for themselves, and a "quiz" at the end used for assessing understanding of the material.
This self-advocacy product contains 15 possible scenarios that students could face as a learner who is deaf/hard-of-hearing. The scenarios are end of the year and summer-themed situations. Read each s
...scenario with your students. Have your students decide if it is an "ideal" listening situation or a "difficult" listening situation.
This product contained 20 statements in flashcard form focusing on self-advocacy skills. You can use this as a fun end of the year activity or even as an assessment to gauge your student's understand
...ding of self-advocacy skills. This would also be an excellent way to reinforce/support the difficult concept of "true or false" with your students.Read each statement to the student. Ask them to decide if the statement is "true" or "false."
We all know that our DHH learners need to be taught vocabulary intentionally for a number of reasons. We also know that students need to be exposed to vocabulary words several times in order for them
...to internalize them. Vocabulary development is a crucial skill for our DHH learners. I created this resource for teachers to provide to families and/or older students during summer break.Encourage families to join this vocabulary exposure challenge over the summer! This resource contains 7 summer-themed word lists that can be given to families and students. Challenge families to take action and pick at least one word per day to use with their DHH learner in context. Have the families talk about the words with the students. Or, you can encourage your older students to pick one word a day to use and look up. Along with the lists, there is a chart that can be used to track the words that are used weekly.This could also be used as a resource for ELL learners or enrichment for students.
This resource contains survey questions that for virtual Teachers of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing to share with their students' team members. Teachers can add these questions to a virtual form or an e
...mail in order to obtain feedback about virtual DHH services.
This product contains 15 self-advocacy scenarios for geared to help deaf and hard-of-hearing students. There are both "ideal" listening situations and "difficult" listening situations included in orde
...r to help students develop self-advocacy and problem solving skills.Read each scenario and ask your student to determine if is an "ideal" listening situation or a "difficult" listening situation. If it is a difficult situation, what can be done to fix it?This product is best used with students who are in upper elementary grades and up. It contains both school-based and community-based scenarios.
This no-prep activity is ideal to use at the end of the school year with your deaf or hard-of-hearing students. Use this resource as an opportunity to reflect on the school year, your student's growth
... and needs, and your own growth and needs as a teacher as well. Having an open dialogue with your student using these guiding questions will help you to understand how you can further support them as a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing.This resource contains a reflection pages students to complete, a reflection page for teachers to complete, and a supports page for both to complete together.
Hooray for a NO-PREP activity!This resource contains FIVE vivid and colorful photographs which would serve as awesome visual tools for learners who are deaf/hard-of-hearing. After each photograph page
..., a sentence page follows with three sentence choices for the teacher to read. After looking at the picture and listening to each of the 3 sentences provided, the student can try to choose which sentence best describes what is happening in the picture.This activity would be a perfect way to fill your last sessions of the school year and can be differentiated as needed. You can have fun with your students while still practicing crucial listening skills!
Hello! My name is Jen, and I have worked as a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing for over ten years. I have worked in both classroom and itinerant settings, and I am familiar with a variety of communication methods. When developing materials, I enjoy creative activities that help students to feel empowered and successful.
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