Educating the deaf: psychology, principles, and practices
Educating the Deaf is the authoritative, comprehensive standard-bearer in its market, offering balanced coverage of hotly contested issues, such as language acquisition vs. manual communication. The text compiles all the major home, school, and community issues that affect the education of the deaf.
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Education of the Deaf
Communication Modes and Methods of Instruction
Teachers of the Deaf
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academic achievement Alexander Graham Bell American Annals American School American Sign Language areas articulation auditory behavior Boatner Braidwood causes of deafness century chil children of deaf Clarke School classes cognitive day schools Deaf and Dumb deaf and hearing deaf child deaf children deaf individuals deaf parents deaf persons deaf students deaf teachers Deland early intervention programs Edward Miner Gallaudet English enrolled established etiology example factors fingerspelling function Gallaudet College grammar guage Hearing Impaired hearing loss identified Institute instruction investigations involved l'Epee language acquisition large number learning linguistic major manual alphabet manual communication mentally retarded Moores mother multihandicapped natural normal hearing number of deaf oral method oral-manual oral-only Peet percent population preschool present reading relatively reported residential schools rubella scores sign language skills social speechreading techniques tests Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet tion United Vernon Washington words York