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Online Workshop Series

Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk

Activities In-Depth


  • This workshop follows up on the "Auditory Activities" workshop by taking it to the next level, by drilling down into the actual mechanics of an auditory activity, spending time on the nitty-gritty.
  • We will focus on an activity for developing each of the following auditory skill types: Auditory Feedback, Auditory Comprehension, Auditory Discrimination/Memory, and Expressive Communication.
  • Learn to create the need for verbal communication and cognitive engagement during an activity.
  • Learn to script the language for your activity using a template, down to the last detail.
  • Learn to vary your strategies during the activity to stretch the child's auditory skills.
  • Earn ASHA CEUs (and LSLS hours)!



AT A GLANCE

Title
Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk - ACTIVITIES IN-DEPTH
Level
Intermediate
(Pre-requisites: Our
Auditory Activities workshop )
Presenter
Pratibha Srinivasan, Au.D., CCC-A, LSLS-Cert.AVT
When
11 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Intended Audience
Teachers of the Deaf, Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Special Educators & other professionals who work with children with hearing loss.
CEUs

This course is offered for 0.4 ASHA CEUs
(Intermediate Level, Professional Area)
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This workshop provides 4.0 hours of LSLS CE/Learning credit.
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For other professionals, this course should
provide 4 professional development hours.
See FAQ below for more information
Equipment Required
PC or Mac, USB Headset; or iPad or other tablet; See FAQ for more details.
Registration
$119 per participant
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WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Time (EST)
Topic
11:00 TO 12:00
Overview

Auditory Feedback
a) Levels of auditory feedback practice
b) Using a template to structure the activity
c) Varying the difficulty level
d) Example
12:10 TO 1:10
Auditory Comprehension
a) Scripting the language for comprehension
b) Providing repetition during auditory immersion activities
c) Varying difficulty and integrating cognitive tasks
d) Example
1:10 TO 1:50
LUNCH BREAK
1:50 TO 2:50
Auditory Discrimination and Memory
a) Scripting the language for discrimination
b) Connecting the language with feedback and comprehension
c) Getting to open set during the activity
d) Example
3:00 TO 4:00
Developing Expressive Communication
a) Integrating the communicative 'need' into the activity
b)Activities to target specific language
c) Scripting the acceptable responses for phonetic, word and sentence levels
d) Example