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The Miracle Worker
After watching Disney's adaption of "The Miracle Worker" I created this to give my students an opportunity to show their comprehension of the movie. You can stream the movie for free at www.dcmp.org if you are eligible (see below statement from DCMP). "The purpose of the Described and Captioned Me
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Audiogram of familiar sounds
This is a self made familiar sound audiogram that can be used for in-services, to plot audiogram symbols with students, and to help explain their hearing loss in a visual way.
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Communication Mode Practice Log
Are your students learning Cued Speech, sign language, or another form of visual-spatial language (or any language)? Keep track of their practice time and help them relate hours practiced to skills improved. This can also be used for parents and professionals learning Cued Speech or sign language as
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Tic Tac Talk -- Paired Practice for ASL 1, ASL 2, ASL 3, and beyond
Tic Tac Talk is a versatile activity for teaching/practicing ASL. It can be used as a morning warm-up, a fast-finisher activity, or an assessment. Paired practice with a more fluent partner (especially a native signer) is the best way to learn American Sign Language. Have your students practice with
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ASL/English Poetry Comparison Chart
This is a modified version of a Venn Diagram to help students identify similarities and differences between ASL and English Poetry.
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Hearing Aid Check In!
The last 3 years I have been a teacher for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. I created this chart to help me keep track of students having their hearing aids daily. Everyday they are responsible for putting a sticker in each box (left and/or right). I file this sheet and it helps me with kee
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Presentation Evaluation Forms
This Assessment form is to grade students' expressive signed presentations on the following criteria: Fingerspelling, Facial Expressions, Spatial Awareness and Sign Clarity 2 forms per page, can be cut in half to save paper.
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Symbols for the Community -Giving Directions
Print out these symbols and either laminate or slide into sheet protectors. If your school allows, Tape these "places" up all over the school. Give students directions to the "Firestation" or the "Bank". You can even give your hallways street signs and let your students make cars out of cardboar
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ASL I Quiz #1 w/ Answer Key
A basic review of beginning ASL I rudimentary vocabulary which quizzes students' receptive skills. This simple quiz consists of a total of 30 questions (#1-10 are meant to be fingerspelled by the teacher, #11-30 are short sentences also to be signed by the teacher). Students are to write down the
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Signing Naturally Unit 2 Expressive Test Practice
Outline to help students to practice for their expressive test All lessons taught on the expressive test are being used from Signing Naturally Unit 2. I modified the language background to make it suitable for high school students who haven't started college yet.
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AAC Evaluation Procedures Checklist
This is a checklist that I had developed to help myself (and others) with going about the process of conducting an initial AAC evaluation. This checklist lists key components of an AAC evaluation that should be performed in order to develop a comprehensive evaluation. This format for this evaluati
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Poetry Cafe Guideline and Rubric
This document offers teachers a brief idea of what to do, use, and enforce before, during, and after the Poetry Cafe.
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Developmental Levels of Interpreter Use
This can be used to document how a deaf or hard of hearing student uses his or her sign language interpreter. It can be used to document a D/HH student's growth over the years, presented at IEPs, and it can also help set goals for a D/HH student regarding interpreter use, self-advocacy, and how t
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Student Profile for a Deaf or Hard of Hearing Student
This is a summary of a student's goals and services, to help a Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing to organize information about students in a caseload. It is a fully editable document.
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Signing Naturally Unit 1 Test
Assessment created to for unit 1 of the Signing Naturally textbook (older version with all 12 units). The assessment include room for sentences, vocabulary, and multiple choice questions. Multiple choice questions are created, but document allows teacher to create an answer key for sentences and vo
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Sign-o Board
Practice vocabulary by playing SIGN-O. Can be used with any set of 25+ vocabulary words or even numbers. Either Laminate the boards, or slide them into sheet protectors and have students write their words in the boxes using either Vis-A-Vie or Ultra Fine tip dry erase markers. Write up all of t
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Greeting and Responses- Master ASL Unit 1
This powerpoint includes signs for greetings, basic vocab, and farewells for an ASL conversation. Also included is activities for students to do throughout the powerpoint.
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KWL CHART IN ASL
KWL charts are well used tool in the classroom. This chart allows your student to put down what they already know, what they want to learn and what they already learned about a specific topic from a lesson/unit. Great to connect with ASL and what they are learning. KWL charts are not only helpful
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Primer Dolch Fairview Adapted plus
Students who use spoken English see the word "get" and say "get". Students who are deaf and use sign language have to determine if someone is physically getting something (Get your coat.), if someone is becoming something different (Don't get dirty!), or if someone is arriving (What time did you ge
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FM Troubleshooting Finish the Sentence Worksheet
10 sentence starters for students to solve technical problems related to their FM system.
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Correction Codes and Helpful Feedback - ASL
Use this quick reference sheet to score students work. Use the correction codes on rubrics for simple, effective feedback. There are black spaces to add your own comments. Also, there are many ideas to help you provide positive feedback on student work. Are you tired of saying "Great job!" Then this
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5 Parameters Bellwork
The 5 Parameters template is for bellwork but can be edited for other uses.
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Recipe Project ASL
Students will have the experience of signing a full recipe. Can be used with all levels of signing.
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Key to ASL Success Project
At the end of the school year, I love having my students reflect on their time in class! I have them think about what they found difficult and challenging, as well as what they enjoyed! I ask them, "What is the KEY do having a successful year in ASL?" This quick project allows for them to look back
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