This educational resource pack for students with hearing impairments includes:
Fun Subjects with Memorable Characters: in triple line format.
Predictable language with: tactile, visual and auditory prompts.
Students with hearing impairments 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/HI-Hearing-Impairments-or-Deafness-Teaching-Strategies-142578
Story and worksheets are based on “Guided Reading Criteria” including:
circle the correct answer, cut and paste, and write or touch correct.
Cut-and-paste activities: this worksheet requires a printer, scissors, and glue.
Red print relates to instruction for the teacher, parent or assistant.
All of the icons contain links to recordings for students.
Page 3 Table of Contents
Parent Letter Page 4
Pages 5 - 12 “ALICE THE SUPER ANT” Informational Text
Page 13 Reading Manipulative's Activities
Page 19 Key Word Detective
Page 21 Key Words Practice
Page 22 Text Map
Page 25 After Reading
Page 26 Tracing Practice
Page 27 Summarizing and Journal Sheet
Page 29 Certificate
Note: Teacher can use completed worksheets, the Certificate of Achievement, a video of student reactions and/or their journals as proof of completion.