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Music for Children with Hearing LossA Resource for Parents and Teachers$

Lyn Schraer-Joiner

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199855810

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199855810.001.0001

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(p.265) Appendix 1 Parent/Child Listening Together Journal

(p.265) Appendix 1 Parent/Child Listening Together Journal

Source:
Music for Children with Hearing Loss
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

  1. 1. Today we: (describe here the musical activities you did together including singing, listening, moving, finger plays, etc.)

  2. 2. Today we heard some new sounds!

    1. a. They were:

    2. b. The new sounds we liked were:

    3. c. We liked them because:

    4. d. The new sounds we did not like were:

    5. e. We did not like them because:

Notables: Information to Note for the Audiologist

  1. 1. While we were making music, my child responded by: (For example, mimicking the words of the song, humming the melody with me, or singing with the words and melody. This led me to believe that he/she both recognized it and remembered it)

  2. 2. Today my child’s musical behavior was:

    1. a. The same as the last time we made music at home together because:

    2. b. Different because:

    3. c. Inconsistent because:

(p.266) Questions to Keep in Mind:

  1. 3. I think my child’s language skills have been influenced by the following music activities:

  2. 4. Additional information I would like to contribute regarding my child’s musical behavior: