We want students with hearing loss to be able to speak confidently when asked questions like: “What are those things on your ears?” or other questions related to their hearing loss. We are fortunate to have some popular books to help children, their families, teachers and classmates understand more about hearing loss, hearing devices and communication needs. I am excited to share these tools that take a book one step farther by providing structured activities to increase literacy, self-advocacy and knowledge. What a great idea! Karen Anderson, Director
With each Literacy Booster you can:
- Target self-advocacy skills, literacy and language development
- Use the IEP examples that are consistent with the English Language Arts Common Core Standards
- Enjoy a having a ready-made targeted skill set on tap with many, many materials on a CD or in a downloadable file!
Each Literacy Booster set contains 25 activities in 3 areas:
- phonologic/phonemic awareness
Note: In downloading the files that come with this product you are agreeing to abide by the terms of a limited use license, meaning it is only for use by you with your caseload. It is not legal to share downloaded files for others to use.
Literacy Booster for Oliver Gets Hearing Aids
This much loved book, published in 2001, was written by Maureen Cassidy Riski, Nikolas Klakow and illustrated by Polygone, Nicolas Babey. The Phonak hearing aid company has generously provided Oliver Gets Hearing Aids free for download for you to have on your iPad/computer or for you to print out on a color printer. You can also purchase the book through Amazon.
Literacy Booster for Oliver Gets FM
Similar to Oliver Gets Hearing Aids, the same author and illustrator once again teamed up in 2002 to describe Oliver’s journey to obtain and benefit from FM hearing technology. Phonak has also generously provided Oliver Gets FM free for download for you to print our or show students on your iPad or computers.