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Have a new student on your caseload and no idea what self-advocacy skills they have? The Self-Advocacy Screener is the answer! This screener will indicate each student's strengths and weakness in various self-advocacy topics. This download has two parts:1. Interactive PDF for Students: This contains the questions for the students. Interactive PDFs can be shown on an iPad or computer*, no Internet required! This allows you to reuse the screener with every student on your caseload easily! 2. Teach
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These task cards combine two common goals for students with hearing loss: self-advocacy skills and writing skills. Many also double as conversation prompts. Included in this download:• 20 Tasks Cards• Color and Black & White included• No Print Option: each prompt on a full screen to be displayed on iPad (use iBooks)Some example prompts include: • Write a letter to a substitute explaining how to use the FM system• Describe a time when there was too much background noise and what you did to so
This product is for students with hearing aids who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Intended to practice, learn, and understand the steps of a hearing aid check. Perfect for Teachers of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing, Speech Language Pathologists, and Educational Audiologists. This resource is great for communicating with family members and audiologists regarding hearing aid needs/observations. Promote self-advocacy skills and increase vocabulary and communication in regard to students' hearing assistive t
Are you struggling to address self advocacy skills with your middle & high school students who are deaf and hard of hearing? These articles make it easy with older kid-friendly articles on self advocacy topics like IEPs and 504s, understanding their own hearing technology and listening needs, asking for help, communicating their accommodations and modifications effectively, and more. Features★ 7 articles that explain and address different self advocacy skils. Each article is written in midd
Are you struggling to address self advocacy skills with your middle & high school students who are deaf and hard of hearing? This self advocacy bundle contains low or no prep resources you can use with your older students. Features★ 4 resources that address different aspects of self advocacy--real life scenarios and discussions about what to do, self advocacy articles detailing topics like IEPs and 504s, how to talk to teachers and ask for accommodations and modifications, understanding hear
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Not Grade Specific
A collection of Twitter-themed task cards containing self-advocacy prompts for students who are deaf of hard of hearing. Task cards help students develop self-advocacy skills regarding their assistive listening technology and engaging with teachers and other students in the classroom.Sample Task Card Prompts:#ReplyTweet: My teacher isn't wearing the FM/DM system the right way. What should I do?Describe your hearing loss using five hashtags.Tag three people who troubleshoot your equipment.Include
Need a fun and interactive way to teach and reinforce self-advocacy skills with students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing? This resource includes 5 paper dice that can be assembled with students - students can roll the dice and discuss different self-advocacy questions, label parts of their hearing devices, and label ear anatomy.Included:2 self advocacy dice (can be used as language opportunities or writing opportunities)1 hearing aid labeling dice1 cochlear implant labeling dice (external)1 ear ana
K-2 grade level interactive booklet on Deaf and Hard of Hearing students self-advocacy to use in with the Minnesota checklist of skills. This booklet is a pdf with black and white and color images. Use with your young elementary kids to work on their self-advocacy and also track their progress. Move through the pages at your own pace and mix and match pages to best fit your students! Activities include:Self-evaluation of advocacy Label the DHH equipmentGraph your audiogramName the noiseHow to fi
Developing self advocacy skills from a young age is so important for students who are deaf and hard of hearing. And this resource makes it easy to help young students understand their hearing aids, how they work, and why they're awesome. Build their confidence, knowledge about hearing tech and equipment, and set them on a path toward self confidence and self advocacy early. Features★ Designed for younger students, primarily early childhood through preschool, though it may be suitable for other s
Worksheets to teach, review, research, and assess students on their knowledge of their various hearing devices. Promote self advocacy and identify of students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Great for Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing and/or Speech Pathologists and Special Educators working with students with hearing loss. Use this resource to teach about 3 hearing devices (BAHA, CI, HA). This resource was designed to help students better understand their hearing technology by learning about va
6-8 grade level interactive booklet on Deaf and Hard of Hearing students self-advocacy to use in with the Minnesota Checklist of skills. This product is zip folder which contains a pdf booklet, with black and white and color images, and a resource pdf with examples and more information. Use with your middle school kids to work on their self-advocacy and also track their progress. Move through the pages at your own pace and mix and match pages to best fit your students! Activities include:Self-ev
Frustrated with SLOs? Me too. Here's what I've made as an assessment for my DHH kids. Also available: Test form A, elementary assessments Editable
Grades:
7th - 10th
Graphic organizer to teach, review, and assess students on their knowledge of their listening devices. Promote self advocacy and identify of students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Included:BAHACochlear ImplantHearing Aid★ For more Deaf Education resources, updates, and general information, follow me on Instagram- @LevelUpListening★ Follow my store by clicking here!★ Click here to visit my store for more listening focused resources!
Frustrated with SLOs? Me too. Here's what I've come up with for testing my DHH students. Also available: Elementary Assessments, Test Form B Editable
Grades:
7th - 10th
Frustrated with SLOs? Here's the assessment that I came up with. Also available test form B and middle/high school assessment. Editable
Grades:
1st - 4th
Frustrated with SLOs? Me too. Here's what I've come up with as Elementary self advocacy test form B. Also available: Test Form A, middle/high school assessment form A and B Editable
Grades:
1st - 4th
Use the Venn Diagram pages to compare and contrast various hearing devices. Reinforces use of graphic organizers, promotes development of self-advocacy skills, helps students learn more about various types of hearing technology. Developed for students who are Deaf/Hard of HearingIncluded:BAHACochlear ImplantHearing Aid★ For more Deaf Education resources, updates, and general information, follow me on Instagram- @LevelUpListening★ Follow my store by clicking here!★ Click here to visit my store
Communication repair strategies are important for children with hearing loss. Deaf and Hard of Hearing students will often just say "what?" when they don't hear something, or they will not say anything at all. This lesson plan introduces helpful communication repair strategies and many opportunities to practice. Included:Full and Half Size Book: Tells the story of a girl with hearing aids as she encounters several challenging listening situations at school. Sometimes she uses the strategies and
Begin teaching self-advocacy skills with these fun parts of the ear activities. Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are responsible for teaching students about their ears and hearing loss. An early self-advocacy skills is being able to explain your own hearing loss. These activities help TODs teach students about the different parts of the ear. Includes:Parts of the Ear Playdoh Mat: Laminate and use playdoh to make each part of the ear on the matConnect the Dots: Students connect the dots t
Make your data collection and documentation systems seamless and organized with these Google Forms made for Itinerant Teachers of the Deaf!This PDF download comes with the tools you need to create Google Forms for your Deaf & Hard of Hearing students and spreadsheets to keep IEP Goal progress, hearing device checks, teacher input, and more in one organized file:4 Steps to Mastering Data Collection with Google Forms8 Google Forms for Itinerant Teachers of the DeafIEP Goal Data FormConsultatio
Preferential seating is a common accommodation for students with hearing loss. For middle school and high school students, an important self-advocacy skill is being able to choose an appropriate seat, based on their individual hearing loss and the classroom acoustics. It is important to teach students about classroom acoustics, because they need to know WHY some seats and rooms are better than others. This will help them advocate for themselves in school, but also in the future if they know what
This resource includes 5 pages with 4 comics on each page (20 total). Each picture includes a character asking a Deaf or Hard of Hearing character a question about his or her hearing loss. In the speech bubble, have your student write how he or she would respond to that question. This activity is great for developing self advocacy skills. This activity is great practice for the student to learn how to speak up, become more comfortable with his or her hearing loss, and learn more about themselves
Mini-unit on 24 successful deaf/hard of hearing people. Unit includes Google Slideshow with brief bios on each person, 4 activities/worksheets, and four pages of additional links to add to your lessons. Unit can be used for younger students, but also older students as well, with the focus being on identity, strengths, goals while also targeting other important skills.Possible Targets:Reading/Writing- I can compare and contrast- I can use, integrate, and evaluate different sources of media - I ca
Work on self-advocacy goals with your elementary, middle, and high school deaf/hard of hearing students. ***Download the Self-Advocacy FREEBIE to see a sampleWhat's Included:★ I Know MY DHH Accommodations--social stories for upper elementary DHH students--16 PDFs + 17 Google Slides w/ one editable page***UPDATE 1/29/21: Now includes Google Slides version with an extra editable page! Insert your own images and text.★ Self-Advocacy Activity | Deaf Hard of Hearing Students | Middle + High School13
Grades:
2nd - 10th

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