Self-Advocacy Jeopardy Style Game for Deaf Education
Covers 5 categories of self-advocacy:
1. My Hearing Loss:
Can students answer questions about their hearing loss and amplification?
Do your students know what accommodations are on their IEP?
3. Parts of the Ear:
Encourage a deeper understanding of hearing loss by labeling parts of the ear.
4. Parts of the Hearing Aid or Cochlear Implant:
each questions has a hearing aid and cochlear implant question for students to learn the proper names of their equipment
5. What If...:
Students are asked to brainstorm solutions to common problems that might arise throughout the day.
This game is set up like Jeopardy with 5 categories and questions worth between $100 and $500. Unlike typical Jeopardy, answers are not given in the question format because I think it is unnecessarily confusing. Instead, questions are asked, and answers are given in normal sentences.
Open in powerpoint To play the game, put into presentation mode and click on the buttons. The slides are uneditable in order to protect font and image copyright.
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Other Self-Advocacy Resources You Might Like:
FREE Hearing Aids Self-Advocacy Booklet
FREE Cochlear Implants Self-Advocacy Booklet
Parts of the Ear Self-Advocacy Activities
Self-Advocacy Problems and Solutions Worksheets
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