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SPE 2000 MR. Cooper
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The Ear… Why Study?
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Hearing Loss Deaf Not able to use hearing to understand _______ even with aid or device Hard of Hearing Have a significant loss, but can ________ speech
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Prevalence of  Hearing Impairments 16 out of every 1000 school age  children have an educationally  significant hearing loss 1.3% of children in special education  are served under this label 33% of students who are deaf or hard of  hearing have one or more additional  educationally significant labels (e.g. LD,  BD, MR, etc.)
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Terms Related to Auditory Reception Decibels  - Unit of measurement  Hertz  - Unit of measurement  Frequency  = The # of                 per second of a  given sound wave.
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The Human Ear Auditory Reception Process
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External Ear 1.  Pinna- made of cartilage               sound waves and directs them  into external/                              canal 2.  Auditory Canal         Travels to the eardrum
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