American Sign Language Resource Guide
Special Thanks to Stephanie Radford for this new addition to the hearing loss resource page.
This website provides an American Sign Language Resource Guide with an array of resources and websites.
American Sign Language
This is a site that features different categories (i.e. conversational phrases, signs for babies) for various signs.
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This site allows the user to create different facial expressions (i.e. angry, sad, interested). The client and clinician can discuss the meaning of each emotion or facial expression created and then act it out themselves.
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Vocabulary/Word Knowledge: Super Synonyms
This activity introduces different vocabulary words as well as synonyms. Picture cards can be created by the clinician to help illustrate a sentence using two synonyms. This activity is good for reading and semantic skills.
Sequencing: (5-9 steps)
Sequencing is an important part of developing beginning reading skills. In this activity, the client is presented with different steps that are out of order and he/she has to sequence them correctly in order to view the picture at the end.
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Let me know what activities you incorporate in your lesson plan when you are targeting phonological awareness.