This one hour webinar is one of an 8 part series on vocabulary learning for children with hearing loss. The focus is on children who use listening and spoken language, however applications are made to sign language learning when appropriate. You are currently accessing thesixth webinar in the series: Teaching Vocabulary to Children with Hearing Loss: School-Age Learners.
Learner Outcomes for this module:
- Describe evidence-based strategies for teaching concept and abstract words to children with hearing loss
- Identify opportunities for pre-teaching across multiple types of vocabulary words
- Describe strategies for teaching associative and taxonomic knowledge to children with hearing loss
You do not need to view the 8 modules in any particular order, but the order they were presented in is listed below. You also do not need to view every video. You will get 1 credit for each individual topic you complete.
Webinar 1: Vocabulary Outcomes and Word Learning in Children with Hearing Loss (SP1940786)
Webinar 2: Breadth and Depth of Vocabulary Knowledge (SP1940787)
Webinar 3: Types of Vocabulary Knowledge and Their Relation to Language Development (SP1940788)
Webinar 4: Types of Vocabulary Knowledge and Their Relation to Academic Success (SP1940789)
Webinar 5: Teaching Vocabulary to Children with Hearing Loss: Early Listeners (SP1950790)
Webinar 6: Teaching Vocabulary to Children with Hearing Loss: School Age Children (SP1940791)
Webinar 7: Vocabulary Learning in Children with Hearing Loss: An Overview for Parents (SP1940792)
Webinar 8: Embedding Vocabulary Instruction throughout the Day (SP1940793)
The module for parents is NOT just for parents! Professionals may find it useful to view this as preparation for guiding parents.
This onilne course has been approved for 1 clock hour of continuing education credit by the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA). TSHA approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.
This online course has been approved by AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language to offer 1 credit of LSLS™ CEUs.