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3 In Collaboration with Linda Thibodeau Jack Scott III Paul Dybala University of Texas at Dallas Region 10 Education Service Center P.O. Box E. Spring Valley Rd. Richardson, TX Adapted from: UNDERSTANDING THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS WITH HEARING LOSS

4 10 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) z v p h g ch sh l r o a s f th jmdb n ng e i u HEARING LEVEL (dB HL)

5 FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) LOW PITCH HIGH PITCH

6 HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) LOUD SOFT

7 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

8 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

9 z v p h g ch sh l r o a s f th jmdb n ng e i u AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

10 AUDIOGRAM OF SPEECH SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) p h g ch sh jmdb n ng e i u z v l r o a s f th HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

11 AUDIOGRAM FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20 NORMAL HEARING

12 s f th AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

13 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) p h g ch sh l r o a HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20

14 AUDIOGRAM FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) 20 NORMAL HEARING You Tube Video

15 Mild 25 to 40 dB loss * Understands conversational speech at a distance of 3-5 feet (face to face) * May miss as much as 50% of class discussions if voices are faint or speaker is not in line of vision * May have slightly limited speech * Difficulty when tired or inattentive, in distant theater seats, in noise of general conversation Effects on Language and Speech:

16 Moderate 40 to 70 dB loss Effects on Language and Speech: * Conversation must be loud to be understood * Will have increased difficulty in group discussions Is likely to have difficulty speaking * Is likely to have language delays * Will probably have limited vocabulary

17 Severe 71 to 90 dB loss Effects on Language and Speech: * May detect loud voices * May be able to identify environmental sounds * May be able to discriminate vowels * Deficient speech and language skills

18 Profound 91 + dB loss * May detect loud sounds (probably vibrations) Relies on vision rather than hearing * Deficient speech and oral language skills Effects on Language and Speech:

19 Unilateral Hearing loss in one ear Effects on Language and Speech: * May have difficulty hearing faint or distant speech * Difficulty localizing sounds * Difficulty detecting or understanding soft speech (especially on side with deaf ear)

20 “Number your paper from 1 to 10.”

21 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) z v l r o a jmd b n ngng eiei u HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) Click on Speaker to Present Spelling word. Spelling Words through Simulated Hearing Loss above 1000 Hz

22 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) z v p h g ch sh l r o a jmd b n ngng eiei u HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) Click on Speaker to Present Spelling word. Spelling Words through Simulated Hearing Loss above 1000 Hz

23 10 AUDIOGRAM OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS FREQUENCY IN CYCLES PER SECOND (HZ) z v p h g ch sh l r o a s f th jmdb n ng e i u HEARING LEVEL (dB HL) Shoe Tree Math Desk Snack Miss Test Thumb Fish Spill Click on Speaker to Present Spelling word.


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