Audiogram to Accessibility: How to Determine Optimal Language Environments
Learn more about how to use the information from an audiogram to set up the learning environment for optimal language access and full participation at school, at home, and in the community. This is part two of our series on the audiogram. For part one, see The Audiogram: An Introduction.
- Explain two specific needs that can be gleaned from a learner's audiogram.
- Name two ways information from the audiogram can be used to inform access in the classroom.
- Describe two characteristics of an optimal visual language environment.
- Describe two characteristics of an optimal auditory language environment
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