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781.

Library Location: Ellensburg
Words Their Way; Word Sorts for Word Patterns
Johnston, Francine; Bear, Donald; Invernizzi, Marcia; Templeton, Shane c 2009
Pearson ,
Item Number: 103196BE
Item Format: Book

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782.

Library Location: Ellensburg
Words Their Way; Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary and Spelling Instruction
Johnston, Francine; Bear, Donald; Invernizzi, Marcia; Templeton, Shane c 2008
Pearson ,
Item Number: 103197BE
Item Format: Book

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783.

Library Location: Ellensburg
Working with a Sign Language Interpreter
Sign Media, Inc. c 1993
Sign Media, Inc. Burtonsville, MD
Item Number: 10390VE
Item Format: VHS Videotape

This open-captioned narrated videotape has been designed to provide an overview of practical principles and tips for working with sign language interpreters. The text for this tape was written by Anna Witter-Merithew, former Vice-President and President of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
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784.

Library Location: Ellensburg
Writing Essentials; Raising Expectations and Results While Simplifying Teaching
Routman, Regie c 2005
Heinemann Portsmouth, NH
Item Number: 103198DE
Item Format: DVD & Book/Printed Material

Specifically and explicitly demonstrates practical, easy-to-do strategies that turn your writing instruction practices into best practices. Follow Routman's path for successfully leading all students- including English language learners, writers who struggle, and students coping with learning disabilities- from first draft to publication. You'll find expert advice and specific demonstrations on a wide variety of techniques.
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785.

Library Location: Ellensburg
You and Your Deaf Child; A Self-Help guide for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
Adams, John W. c 1997
Clerk Books, Gallaudet University Press Washington, DC
Item Number: 10268BE
Item Format: Book

You and Your Deaf Child is a guide for parents of deaf or hard of hearing children that explores how parents and their children interact. It examines the special impact of having a deaf child in the family. Eleven chapters focus on such topics as feelings about hearing loss, the importance of communication in the family, and effective behavior management. Many chapters contain practice activities and questions to help parents retain skills taught in the chapter and check their grasp of the material. Four appendices provide references, general resources, and guidelines for evaluating educational programs. Once parents have worked through You and Your Deaf Child, this friendly guide can be referred to for specific information and advice as different situations arise.
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786.

Library Location: Ellensburg
You and Your Hearing Impaired Child; A Self-Instructional Guide for Parents
Adams, John W. c 1988
Clerk Books, Gallaudet University Press Washington, DC
Item Number: 10270VE
Item Format: VHS Videotape & Book/Printed Material

A Self-Instructional guide for Parents. Explores how parents and hearing impaired children interact and considers the special impact of having a hearing-impaired child in the family. In this friendly guidebook, parents can examine their feelings about hearing impairment and improve their techniques for raising their hearing-impaired children.
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787.

Library Location: Ellensburg
You Can Sign; ASL for Beginners Volume 1
Sign Enhancers c 1998
Sign Enhancers, Inc. Salem, OR
Item Number: 10163VE
Item Format: VHS Videotape

Succeed at learning ASL with the most powerful video series available! Enjoy watching the antics of the Bravo Family with two Deaf children, a Deaf father, and a hearing mother. You'll be amazed at how much ASL you can learn while being entertained by the Bravos. Billy Seago, your Deaf instructor, shows you how easily "You Can Sign!"
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788.

Library Location: Renton
You Make the Difference - An Educator-Oriented Process for Supporting High Quality Interactions with Students Who are Deafblind
Axelrod, Craig; Conlin, Kim; Smith, Tish c 2008
Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Austin, TX
Item Number: 30345D
Item Format: DVD

Chapter contents include: Introduction, Typical Development, The Impact of Deafblindness, Recent Research, General Profile, Video Analysis, Interaction Data, Interactive Behaviors, and much more.
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789.

Library Location: Ellensburg
Your Child's Hearing; A Comprehensive Guide for Parents on Hearing and Hearing Loss
Printed by Widex
Widex ,
Item Number: 10273BE
Item Format: Book

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