Learn the Lingo - Self-Advocacy Vocabulary Game for Students with Hearing Loss

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35 Ratings
Rule the School
Grade Levels
3rd - 8th
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51 pages
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As a TOD, I was working itinerantly and always needed resources to support my students. This was a time saver!
As a new teacher, this really helped me come up with ways to introduce self-advocacy skills to students and helped break the ice and build rapport.


Our students need to understand the specialized vocabulary of self-advocacy. Even though these words may not be used everyday, they are functional and relevant for our students. A student who does not understand that the teacher is legally obligated to provide "accommodations" as stated on the "IEP" or 504 Plan will also not understand how to get his/her needs met. Knowing this vocabulary is the first step to aid in the understanding of his/her needs and in obtaining access.

The last page of each Mystery Word booklet contains further lessons in grammar and/or self-advocacy.

Booklets can be sent home for additional support from families and for communication of lesson content.

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51 pages
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