It's not hearing loss. It's deaf gain. A great conversation starter illustrating one facet of deaf culture.
This is a FREE poster. I'm giving it away to try to bring attention to my TpT store. I ask that you limit use of this file for your immediate use and that you do not share copies of this file with others. If others would like a print of this poster, please refer them to Teachers Pay Teachers and have them download their own free copy of this file. This will bring my TpT store to others' attention too. Thanks—and enjoy my store!
This .pdf (Acrobat Reader) file is 24x36. Take it to your local photo processing shop, print shop or sign shop to print it out if you don't have access to a color printer.
You can ENLARGE or REDUCE it to fit your needs. (Look for the option to do this in the options box when printing.)
I saved it as a vector based file*, so resizing should not cause quality issues.
*Vector based file. Graphic geek speak. I used Adobe Illustrator to create this file, the same software the big fancy sign shops use. Many places who can print this for your will understand and appreciate this kind of file.
Did you purchase a .pdf file from me to make a poster? Wondering where to get it printed. Our school district prints 2' x 3' posters for their teachers for a nominal fee, including lamination.
If you're not that lucky, here are some ideas.
I have found that Office Max, Staples (print.Staples.com) and some WalMarts will print posters for you.
There are plenty of online vendors who will print and ship it right to you!