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Listen and Think II: Take it to Another Level

Course: #1258Level: Intermediate1 Hour 35 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

Key to the development of rich spoken language skills for children with impaired hearing is the integration of auditory skill development with language and cognition. This presentation, the second in a two part series, reviews theories of cognitive development and higher order thinking skills as a framework for listening and language development with elementary aged children. Strategies for success and activities to try are described.

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Course created on October 20, 2010

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  • checkmarkLearners will be able to identify key Listening and Spoken Language teaching strategies that encourage active thinking within listening activities
  • checkmarkLearners will be able to describe higher order thinking skills
  • checkmarkLearners will be able to categorize their own activities within Bloom's Cognitive Domains

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