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Schemes of Work

HEARING

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Appears inattentive Day-dreaing Painful, inflamed or running ears Slow in initiating interactions with others

Tends to shout Experiences speech or language proDlems Does not respond to noise or call Usually keeps to himself or herself Cocks head to one side Ask for frequent repetitions Watches the speakers mouth Turns ear to source of sound Makes inconsistent

CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

•    Provide orientation and moDility

•    Provide crayons, felt pens, chalk charcoal and si 'Aaces for scriDDling

•    provide emDossed pictures for them to touch

•    Guide and give prompts on weaving, knitting, crayon etching and collage

MUSIC AND MOVEMENT

•    Guide them to listen, sing, dance, make rhythms and plaA musical instruments

LANGUAGE ACT iVITIES

•    The child should De encouraged to look at / oDserve everything in the environment

•    Minimize classroom noise

•    Give preferential sitting arrangement

•    Demonstrate activities to De done

•    Face the child when talking to

him/her

•    Speak clearly and loud.

•    Use gestures (facial expressions)

•    Teacher to use total communication

•    The child to De fitted with a hearing aid

•    Use flash cards/charts and picture stories

•    Pair the child with a hearing one

•    Learn sign language where possiDle

Crayons Chalk Papers Braille papers Braille Dooks

Jingles

Drums

Sticks

•    Hearing aid

•    Finger spelling chart

•    Gestures

Audio meter

• Auditory training