Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards

Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
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Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
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Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards
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(43 MB|149 pages)
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This Interactive PDF contains 140 WORD DISCRIMINATION PAIRS for AUDITORY TRAINING with children with hearing loss utilizing hearing aids and/or cochlear implants.

This resource is perfect to supplement various speech perception hierarchies (such as the Auditory Learning Guide by Beth Walker) that utilize word pairs differing by sound features to improve word discrimination. It assists in targeting auditory skills of children utilizing listening and spoken language via auditory verbal therapy. It can also be used for targeting auditory processing skills.

The following word/minimal pairs are included:

(10 word pairs of each type unless otherwise specified)

Same initial consonant, different vowel & final consonant

i.e. "cake" vs "kite"

Same final consonant, different vowel & initial consonant

i.e. "mop" vs "cap"

Same initial and final consonant, different vowel (20 word pairs included)

i.e. "mice" vs "moose"

Same vowel & final consonant, different initial consonant (by 3 features)

i.e. "meet" vs "seat"

Same vowel & initial consonant, different final consonant (by 3 features)

i.e. "catch" vs "cab"

Same vowel & final consonant, different initial consonant (by 2 features)

i.e. "night" vs "tight"

Same vowel & initial consonant, different final consonant (by 2 features)

i.e. "race" vs "rain"

Same vowel & final consonant, different initial consonant (by manner)

i.e. "near" vs "dear"

Same vowel & initial consonant, different final consonant (by manner)

i.e. "long" vs "log"

Same vowel & final consonant, different initial consonant (by voicing)

i.e. "fine" vs "vine"

Same vowel & initial consonant, different final consonant (by voicing)

i.e. "back" vs "bag"

Same vowel & final consonant, different initial consonant (by place)

i.e. "think" vs "sink"

Same vowel & initial consonant, different final consonant (by place)

i.e. "neck" vs "net"

Each page has one pair of words, including the pictures, written words, and 10 boxes for each of the 2 words that can be digitally checked with an "X" (see VIDEO PREVIEW for a demo). After you say a word, the child can identify which word he/she heard by touching the box under the corresponding picture, making it easy and motivating to get lots of trials.

There is also a clickable MENU page so that you can quickly access the type of word discrimination that you're targeting. Each of the 140 pages also has quick links back to the menu and to the previous and next pages.

This resource is included in a zipped file, with another PDF containing word lists of all 140 word pairs and their corresponding page numbers. This way you can quickly find a specific word pair if needed. It also includes a place for data and a few notes next to each pair if you want to use the page to keep data or monitor progress.

With this resource, you will have a versatile auditory training activity at your fingertips! Plus, kids love that they are pushing a "button" to discriminate the minimal pair words.

This is designed to be a NO PRINT resource. It works on tablets, computers, and smart boards. You can open on your favorite PDF reader app on a tablet. When using on a computer, open and use the resource on a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (which is free and you can read more about it HERE). This resource works wonderfully with screen share for teletherapy sessions!

Since I have no way of testing every single PDF reader available, please click HERE for a FREE SAMPLE of this resource to try with your app/software before you purchase!

For more information and a video demo on how to use an interactive PDF on a computer or iPad, check out this blog post:

Using Interactive PDF Resources in Speech Therapy

For more resources to use in Auditory Verbal Therapy, see:

Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals

Learning to Listen Sounds for Children with Hearing Loss

Listening Walks for Sound Awareness for Children with Hearing Loss

Get To Know Hearing Technology Boom Cards™

Learning To Listen Sound Discrimination BOOM Cards

Six Sound Test Cup Game for Children with Hearing Loss

The Six Sound Test: Beginner Boom Cards™

My Hearing Helpers Presentation for Self Advocacy

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149 pages
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