Always Open for ToD's

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Always Open...to suggestions! Students who are deaf have such varied backgrounds, I'll take any help I can get! In that spirit, I'm sharing the things I use that I have found helpful for at least one student!
 
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Each student who is deaf comes to class with different life experiences, different background knowledge, and different language exposure. Language deprivation causes weaknesses in working memory, sequencing, and other cognitive and
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Special Education, Other (ELA), ESL / ELL / EFL
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Each student who is deaf comes to class with different life experiences, different background knowledge, and different language exposure. Language deprivation causes weaknesses in working memory, sequencing, and other cognitive and psycho-social
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Special Education
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Other, Classroom Forms
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A, and, away, big...big basketball player? big birthday cake? big trouble? Depending on the context, students who are deaf and use sign language sign it differently. The Fairview Adapted Dolch Program developed at the Mississippi School for the
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English Language Arts, Special Education, ESL / ELL / EFL
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Students who use spoken English see the word "get" and say "get". Students who are deaf and use sign language have to determine if someone is physically getting something (Get your coat.), if someone is becoming something different (Don't get
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

18 years teaching students who are deaf

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visual, structured, personalized, differentiated

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BA in Philosophy at St. John's College in Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM; MS in Deaf Education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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