ASL Winter Activities for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing classroom. This resource is packed with ideas to keep every student in your class engaged and excited about Winter vocabulary.
When working with hard of hearing students who depend solely on auditory input for communication, it is essential to ensure they have the best access to auditory input, use active listening and advocacy skills and know when and where a communication breakdowns occur and how to fix them. Miscommunications happen. We are often quick to dismiss a miscommunication before really analyzing where the break down occurred.
These American Sign Language Word Wall cards are the perfect addition to the classroom. Make both ENGLISH and ASL easily ACCESSIBLE for your students! I like to both display the ASL Word Wall and make an ASL Student Dictionary. There are so many options to use this ASL Word Wall,
Representation matters About 7 years ago, I looked around my classroom. My walls were filled with helpful visuals for math, reading, science and other topics. It was pretty, but something was missing. The primary language in my classroom was ASL. I had literally NOTHING up on those walls to represent
So you have a student in your class with a hearing loss. He or she may use assistive hearing technology such as hearing aids, cochlear implants or a Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) to gain access to communication in the classroom. What can you do to set up your student
How I use Adapted Books during Guided Reading with D/HH students. Adapted Books for Guided Reading PART THREE I don’t really want to start every post with a comment about language deprivation, but it is so deeply ingrained in our every day teaching with deaf and hard of hearing students.
What is so great about Adapted books with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students? PART 2 THIS IS PART 2 OF 3 CLICK TO READ PART ONE Everything You Need to To Teach Guided Reading with Beginning Deaf Readers. ADAPTED BOOKS ARE INTERACTIVE and HIGHLY ENGAGING. My students absolutely love them! From
Adapted Books for Guided Reading PART ONE Where do I start? What do I need? How can I possibly teach students with limited vocabulary to read? How do I teach the vocabulary in a meaningful way? How do I teach students to read that have had limited exposure to language,
Where to start? I teach deaf and hard of hearing students at a school for the deaf. I teach in the elementary department. We are small school have just 4 teachers for Kindergarten through 5th grade. I typically teach the youngest group and have students in my class working at
I help busy teachers of the deaf by creating resources specifically designed for deaf and hard of hearing students so that you can spend more time teaching and less time modifying curriculum.
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