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This educational resource pack includes ASL and hands-on approaches:
Modified for students hard of hearing: tactile, ASL and visual prompts applied. Images and descriptions from world famous paintings with:
(Level 1) A recording or the teacher can describe each painting and its artist.
Then ASL words are utilized by the teacher and the student to display titles of paintings.
(Level 2) Learn key words/phrases regarding the paintings
(Level 3) Construct a replica of a painting with any selection of medium; paint, clay, drawing, etc.
(Level 4) Use a range of strategies including text features to gain meaning, draw conclusions and make predictions.
Students, who are hard of hearing may use speech, lip reading, hearing aids and/or amplification systems to enhance oral communication. Headphones with blue tooth compatibility can also improve their mobility. However, it helps to use visual aids whenever possible, including captioned versions of videos and films. Also, provide unfamiliar vocabulary in written form, on the blackboard, or in a handout.
Here are hearing impaired teaching strategies: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Teaching-Strategies-for-Deaf-or-Students-Hard-of-Hearing-142578