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Auditory Processing and Listening
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Listening Strategies A visual reminder for using good listening behaviors in the classroom.
Created by Debra Steading. Posted 5/4/06.
|Auditory Processing Materials From Jennifer Wetter. Posted 7/12/06.||AudProcess Sentences.pdf|
AudProcess 1-step Directions.pdf
AudProcess 3-step directions.pdf
|Auditory Processing Informational Handout for teachers and parents on the 5 major components of auditory processing||Auditory Processing Handout.pdf|
|Good Listener Poster ||Be A Good Listener.pdf|
|Listening Poster by Jessica Kulp, CCIU.||Listening Poster.pdf|
Auditory Processing Guide a visual aid for students with weak auditory processing skills.
Created by Carol Crabb. Posted 1/14/08.
|Listening for Rhymes by Holly Ocampo. Posted 3/19/08.||Rhyme with Can|
Rhyme with Cat
Following 2 Step Directions Place velcro strips onto the template and then students are provided
with a visual cue for remembering that the directions have 2 parts. I put one gross motor choice
and one more academic type choice. Created by Malka Koretzky. Posted 11/21/08.
|2 Step Board|
2 Step Items
|Memory Strategies Created by Megan Hojnacki. Posted 3/29/09.||Memory Strategies|
|Active Worker Cue sheet to promote the use of active listening strategies. Created by Cherri Hatzog. Posted 12/14/09.||Active Worker|
|Listening For Absurdities Bingo Posted 2/19/11.||Listening Bingo1 |
Listening Bingo CallingCards