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Teachers of the Deaf: Do you need an easy way to identify your student's self-advocacy needs? Need a starting point for discussing common problems and brainstorming solutions? Check out this self advocacy problems and solutions worksheet and game.
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Auditory Comprehension and Processing Strategies and Listening Passages This product includes targeted practice for 3 auditory comprehension strategies: visualization, chunking, and paraphrasing (plus asking for repetition) and 10 passages with
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Begin teaching self-advocacy skills with these fun parts of the ear activities. Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are responsible for teaching students about their ears and hearing loss. An early self-advocacy skills is being able to
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Action verbs picture cards are simple, easy way to assess your students receptive and expressive language skills. Great for teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, speech pathologists, special education and preschool teachers. Includes 36 actions
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As an itinerant Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, I have some students on my caseload who I only see once a month as a consult. It is important to keep track of these students who are mainstreamed and consult with their classroom teachers to
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These task cards combine two common goals for students with hearing loss: self-advocacy skills and writing skills. Many also double as conversation prompts. Included in this download: • 20 Tasks Cards • Color and Black & White included • No
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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? 2. Accommodations: Do your students know what accommodations are
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Getting Around Town: Following Directions and Inferencing Listening Activity Includes road maps (basic and simple, blank and premade), common places, following directions task cards, and auditory memory task cards. Includes 2 step directions and
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The first year as an Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing can be challenging. You will likely see a huge variety of students and it can be overwhelming to prepare for so many different students in so many different schools. I bundled
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We use singing to remember all kinds of things: why not self-advocacy strategies too? This interactive song book teaches self-advocacy strategies to the tune of "Wheels on the Bus." Seven verses cover:• Putting on hearing aid/cochlear implants•
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This fun Go Fish! language game replaces playing cards with cards showing forest animals in different positions around a tree. The rules are the same as Go Fish!, except to ask for a card, the student must describe animal in relation to the tree.
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Itinerant Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing--this is for you! I have tried many different ways to stay organized when traveling between schools, districts, and age groups. Eventually, I came up with this caseload binder specifically for
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Looking for a fun, creative way to cover multiple self-advocacy topics? Check out this Self-Advocacy Flip Book!6 Pages cover the following topics:My AmplificationFM SystemMy Ears (how we hear)My AccommodationsMy Audiogram Includes pre-made version
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Idioms can be challenging for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, English language learners, or students with other language delays. Idioms Bingo game is a fun way to review common idioms. Includes 36 idioms and teacher prompts. Teacher
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This fun Go Fish! game replaces playing cards with cards showing different people. The rules are the same as Go Fish!, except to ask for a card, the student must describe the person. "Do you have the boy with black hair and glasses?" Also great
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36 Task cards ask students to identify initial, medial, and final sounds in words. Also check out my Phonemic Awareness Puzzle Game: Phonemic Awareness Puzzles: Initial Digraphs Includes 2 sets: -One with just pictures so students need to rely
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**Save 20% with the BUNDLE!**Develop auditory discrimination and phonemic awareness skills through fun listening games designed to help children practice listening for vowel sounds in words. Ideal for auditory training deaf and hard of hearing
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Getting students to ask questions (instead of just answer them) can be challenging. To solve this problem, I created these Language Fortune Tellers for my students. But since I am an itinerant teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing, I like my
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Looking for targeted plural "s" language practice? Look no further! This Go Fish! game replaces playing cards with colorful common objects. Students must ask for the cards they need, requiring them to use the plural "s" repeatedly. Includes /s/
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Idioms can be challenging for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, English language learners, or students with other language delays. These games, task cards, and activities are a great way to teach idioms to your students! This can be used as
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I am an itinerant Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, ages birth to grade 12.

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Since I am an itinerant teacher who travels to different schools and sees a wide age range, I like my materials to be as versitile as possible. I try to create engaging, fun activities that can be used to target multiple language goals. For my younger students, I try to make games that make therapy feel like play. For many of my older students, it is all about vocabulary and maintaining their listening skills. My TpT store is as varied as the average TOD's caseload- and that's what keeps it interesting!

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