Listening Practise Pack: Sentence Building This listening exercise has been produced to support you as you learn to listen with your new cochlear implant. We have given you a pack of these exercises and you should aim to work on these every day for at least 15 to 30 minutes. These exercises are part of the listening rehabilitation programme you have agreed with your speech and language therapist.  In this exercise you need to listen to and repeat short sentences that get longer and longer  This exercise will help you develop your understanding of speech (without lip reading)  This is a challenging exercise and you might want to just do a little bit at a time  You will not have the words in front of you to help you How to do it  Practise with a family member or friend in a quiet room. They should sit next to you on your implanted side (it will be easier if you sit close to each other)  Make sure you can’t see the sentences for this exercise  Keep going as the sentence gets longer and longer For example 1. You will be face to face with your practice partner as they read out: ‘I went home’ Listen, lip read and repeat back so your partner is sure you know what the first part of the sentence is. If you have repeated this back correctly to your practice partner move on to the next part of the exercise. 2. Turn away from each other so you are sitting side by side but you can’t lip read. Your practice partner will read out the first part of the sentence but again this time it will be longer ‘I went home at 7 o’clock’ Listen and repeat so your partner is sure you have heard the sentence correctly. 3. Keep going as the sentence gets longer and longer. Your practice partner will read out the first part of the sentence but again this time it will be longer than the previous sentence. ‘I went home at 7 o’clock and had some dinner’ Listen and repeat so your partner is sure you have heard the sentence correctly. Would you like…? Would you like a cup? Would you like a cup of coffee? Remember! Look at your practise partner and check you are sure of the first part of the sentence The children walk The children walk to school. The children walk to school every day. He’s feeling ok He’s feeling ok now. I’m glad that he’s feeling ok now. 2 The bus The bus is coming. The bus is coming but it’s late. Do you know…? Do you know her? Do you know her mother? Do you know her mother well? I bought some I bought some shoes. I bought some shoes from the shop. I bought some shoes from the shop yesterday. Did you…? Did you feed the cat? Did you remember to feed the cat? Did you remember to feed the cat this morning? I took I took my son. I took my son to the dentist. I took my son to the dentist for a check-up. I took my son to the dentist for a check-up yesterday. 3 He ate the He ate the cake. He ate the birthday cake. He ate the birthday cake at the party. He ate the birthday cake at the party on Saturday. She’s leaving She’s leaving next month. She’s leaving work next month. She’s leaving work next month because she has a new job. I work I work part time. I like working part time. I like working part time at the school. He’s gone He’s gone home. He’s gone back home. He’s gone back home for a rest. 4 She keeps fit She keeps fit by running. She keeps fit by running every week. She keeps fit by running three times every week. I like walking I like walking in the woods I like walking in the woods in May. I like walking in the woods in May when the bluebells are out. I fell over I fell over and hurt my knee. I fell over and hurt my knee yesterday. I fell over and hurt my knee yesterday morning. Her father Her father was ill. Her father was very ill. Her father was very ill with pneumonia Her father was very ill with pneumonia last winter. Her father was very ill with pneumonia last winter. He nearly died. 5 They play They play football. They play football after school They play football after school every Tuesday They play football after school every Tuesday until 5. Their baby Their baby arrived yesterday. Their baby arrived yesterday weighing 7 lbs. Their baby girl arrived yesterday weighing 7 lbs. Their baby girl arrived yesterday weighing 7lbs. She hasn’t got a name yet! I went there I went there yesterday. I went there yesterday afternoon. I went there yesterday afternoon at 3 o’clock. I went to the doctor’s yesterday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Come in Come in and sit down Come in and sit down over there Please co

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