A Presentation on the Medical Aspects of Hearing and Hearing Loss

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This information packed powerpoint examines the medical aspects of hearing and hearing loss and information about audiology.

Some topics include:
-sound
-how the ear works
-audiology and the audiogram
-the types and degrees of hearing loss
-the effects of hearing loss
-how to meet the needs of students with hearing loss

Use this 54 slide presentation on hearing and hearing loss to teach the differences between the hearing and deaf worlds. In this powerpoint, I have pulled resources from various work including: Quiet Journey: Understanding the Rights of Deaf Children, Manual Communication: Implications for Education and The Institute for Enhanced Classroom Hearing. “Problems: Poor Acoustics.”

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1 Week

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A Presentation on the Medical Aspects of Hearing and Hearing Loss
A Presentation on the Medical Aspects of Hearing and Hearing Loss
A Presentation on the Medical Aspects of Hearing and Hearing Loss
A Presentation on the Medical Aspects of Hearing and Hearing Loss