Reading and Deafness

Reading and Deafness

Author: Cynthia M. King

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group

ISBN: STANFORD:36105032885779

Category: Deaf

Page: 422

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Categories: Deaf

Reading Victorian Deafness

Reading Victorian Deafness

Reading Victorian Deafness is the first book to address the crucial role that deaf people, and their unique language of signs, played in Victorian culture.

Author: Jennifer Esmail

Publisher: Ohio University Press

ISBN: 9780821444511

Category: History

Page: 296

View: 472

Reading Victorian Deafness is the first book to address the crucial role that deaf people, and their unique language of signs, played in Victorian culture. Drawing on a range of works, from fiction by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins, to poetry by deaf poets and life writing by deaf memoirists Harriet Martineau and John Kitto, to scientific treatises by Alexander Graham Bell and Francis Galton, Reading Victorian Deafness argues that deaf people’s language use was a public, influential, and contentious issue in Victorian Britain. The Victorians understood signed languages in multiple, and often contradictory, ways: they were objects of fascination and revulsion, were of scientific import and literary interest, and were considered both a unique mode of human communication and a vestige of a bestial heritage. Over the course of the nineteenth century, deaf people were increasingly stripped of their linguistic and cultural rights by a widespread pedagogical and cultural movement known as “oralism,” comprising mainly hearing educators, physicians, and parents. Engaging with a group of human beings who used signs instead of speech challenged the Victorian understanding of humans as “the speaking animal” and the widespread understanding of “language” as a product of the voice. It is here that Reading Victorian Deafness offers substantial contributions to the fields of Victorian studies and disability studies. This book expands current scholarly conversations around orality, textuality, and sound while demonstrating how understandings of disability contributed to Victorian constructions of normalcy. Reading Victorian Deafness argues that deaf people were used as material test subjects for the Victorian process of understanding human language and, by extension, the definition of the human.
Categories: History

Language and Deafness

Language and Deafness

The Fourth Edition of Language and Deafness covers language and literacy development from preschool through adolescence.

Author: Peter V. Paul

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 0763751049

Category: Medical

Page: 565

View: 319

The Fourth Edition of Language and Deafness covers language and literacy development from preschool through adolescence. Content includes the basics of language development and the relationship between language and cognition. Oral communication methods and English-like signing systems are also covered, along with linguistics/sociolinguistics of American Sign Language. Multicultural aspects, including bilingualism and second-language learning, are covered in detail.
Categories: Medical

Hearing and Deafness

Hearing and Deafness

This text will provide students with the knowledge required to develop effective skills that can be used in their professional work settings. Hearing and Deafness i

Author: Peter V. Paul

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763757328

Category: Education

Page: 308

View: 194

Hearing and Deafness presents an overview on the impact of hearing on the development of speech, language, and literacy in English in children and adolescents who are deaf/hard of hearing. This text presents up-to-date information on an array of critical areas in speech and hearing such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, speechreading, aural rehabilitation, and the necessary constructs for developing English language and literacy. This text will provide students with the knowledge required to develop effective skills that can be used in their professional work settings. Hearing and Deafness i
Categories: Education

Literacy and Deafness

Literacy and Deafness

This book provides some insights into the relationship between literacy and literate thought.

Author: Peter V. Paul

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: UOM:39015040551619

Category: Education

Page: 358

View: 427

The development of literacy (reading and writing skills) is important for success in school and mainstream society. Some might argue, however, that literacy skills are not necessary for the development of literate thought (the ability to think critically and reflectively). This book provides some insights into the relationship between literacy and literate thought. In the first few chapters, readers are introduced to major perspectives on literacy, the role of teaching, deafness, research on both hearing and deaf students and the development of writing on these students. It continues with an overview of the major tenets of the literary critical perspective, an overview of the theory and research and teaching literacy to ESL students. The book winds down with reform assessment and the argument that educators need to consider alternative measures of achievement. All educators, but especially those with hearing-impaired students, deaf interpreters, and speech pathologists.
Categories: Education

Literacy Instruction for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Literacy Instruction for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Literacy Instruction for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing describes current, evidence-based practices in teaching literacy to students who are deaf or hard of hearing in the areas of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary ...

Author: Susan R. Easterbrooks, PhD

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199838554

Category: Medical

Page: 280

View: 910

Literacy Instruction for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing describes current, evidence-based practices in teaching literacy to students who are deaf or hard of hearing in the areas of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Categories: Medical

Early Literacy Development in Deaf Children

Early Literacy Development in Deaf Children

In Early Literacy Development in Deaf Children, Connie Mayer and Beverly J. Trezek provide an in-depth, evidence-based description of how young deaf children learn to read and write, with a model of literacy development that makes clear ...

Author: Connie Christine Mayer

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199965694

Category: Psychology

Page: 200

View: 939

There is a robust body of knowledge suggesting that early language and literacy experiences significantly impact on future academic achievement. In contrast, relatively little has been written with respect to the early literacy development and experiences of deaf children. In Early Literacy Development in Deaf Children, Connie Mayer and Beverly J. Trezek seek to fill this gap by providing an in-depth exploration of how young deaf children learn to read and write, identifying the foundational knowledge, abilities, and skills that are fundamental to this process. They provide an overview of the latest research and present a model of early literacy development to guide their discussion on topics such as teaching reading and writing, curriculum and interventions, bilingualism, and assessment. Throughout, they concentrate on the ways in which young learners with hearing loss are similar to, or different from, their hearing age peers and the consequent implications for research and practice. Their discussion is wide-reaching, as they focus on children from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds, those with additional disabilities and hearing losses ranging from mild to profound, and those using a range of communication modalities and amplification technologies, including cochlear implants. With the implementation of Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and advancements in hearing technologies that have heightened both the emphasis on literacy development in the early years and the importance of these years in the ultimate development of age-appropriate reading and reading outcomes, this timely text addresses a topic that has thus far eluded the field.
Categories: Psychology

Reading and Deafness Theory Research and Practice

Reading and Deafness  Theory  Research  and Practice

An excellent classroom resource, the text offers current and future deaf educators with research-based reading instructional practices and techniques for implementing these strategies with students.

Author: Beverly J Trezek

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1428324356

Category: Medical

Page: 352

View: 741

This first-of-its-kind text connects theories and research with classroom practice to provide a comprehensive and balanced view of reading and deafness that addresses a broad scope of literacy concepts. An excellent classroom resource, the text offers current and future deaf educators with research-based reading instructional practices and techniques for implementing these strategies with students. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Categories: Medical

Deafness Development and Literacy

Deafness  Development and Literacy

This book gives a clear summary of the main causes of hearing loss (mild or severe), its identification, diagnosis and treatment, followed by an explanation of the impact it can have on a child's social and linguistic development.

Author: Alec Webster

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351236003

Category: Education

Page: 286

View: 433

Originally published in 1986. Deafness is not just a deprivation of sound, but a barrier to normal social interaction and learning. There are likely to be children with some degree of hearing loss in every primary classroom, so it is important that teachers know how to help them. This book gives a clear summary of the main causes of hearing loss (mild or severe), its identification, diagnosis and treatment, followed by an explanation of the impact it can have on a child's social and linguistic development. Considering normal development of literacy, the book then is concerned with the hearing-impaired child's strategies for reading, spelling and writing. It explores how teachers can give the most effective help, what the impact of a teaching programme is likely to be, and how to evaluate what the child has learnt. Specialist teachers of the deaf, advisers and psychologists, as well as class teachers and students of education will find this book very helpful.
Categories: Education

Emergent Reading Skills and the Deaf

Emergent Reading Skills and the Deaf

Recoding in silent reading : Can the deaf child translate print into a more
manageable form ? The Volta Review , 84 , 71-82 . King , C. & Quigley , S. ( 1985
) . Reading and Deafness . San Diego , CA : College - Hill Press . Kusche , C. A. (
1984 ) ...

Author: Carrie Kathryn Jensen

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:X47035

Category:

Page: 94

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Language and Deafness

Language and Deafness

293 ) This focus on cognition , specifically metacognition , seems to be an
important , underrated , and problematic aspect in reading and deafness , at least
from the few studies and reviews cited here . For example , Strassman ( 1992 )
stated ...

Author: Peter V. Paul

Publisher: Singular

ISBN: UOM:39015049649281

Category: Medical

Page: 692

View: 521

"The Fourth Edition of Language and Deafness covers language and literacy development from preschool through adolescence. It provides a clear depiction of the language/communication systems of d/Deaf and hard of hearing children and adolescents, and offers a comprehensive discussion of the current theories of language acquisition. In an easy-to-read, accessible manner, students will learn the basics of language development and the relationship between language and cognition. Oral communication methods and English-like signing systems, linguistics/sociolinguistics of American Sign Language, and multicultural aspects, including bilingualism and second-language learning are covered in detail. Each chapter includes major objectives, summaries, suggested readings, problem-solving activities and challenge review questions to stimulate and provoke classroom dialogue."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Medical

The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Literacy

The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Literacy

Deaf children's use of phonological coding: Evidence from reading, spelling, and
working memory. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 9, 253–268.
Harris, M., & Terlektsi, E. (2011). Reading and spelling abilities of deaf
adolescents ...

Author: Susan R. Easterbrooks

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780197508268

Category: Education

Page: 488

View: 946

"The Oxford Handbook on Deaf Studies Series began in 2010 with it first volume. The series presents state-of-the art information across an array of topics pertinent to deaf individuals and deaf learners, such as cognition, neuroscience, attention, memory, learning, and language. The present handbook, The Oxford Handbook on Deaf Studies in Literacy, is the 5th in this series, rounding out the topics with the most up-to-date information on literacy learning among deaf and hard of hearing learners (DHH)"--
Categories: Education

Literate Thought

Literate Thought

This incisive text provides an overview of literate thought and emphasizes the necessity to develop literate thought in individuals from a multiple perspective, not just from print literacy only.

Author: Peter V. Paul

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9780763778521

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 340

View: 742

Literate Thought: Understanding Comprehension and Literacy introduces students and professionals to the multifaceted concept of literate thought and related complex concepts such as language, literacy, cognition, and comprehension, as well as other areas such as the new and multiple literacies, psychological or disciplinary models, and critico-creative thinking. Literate Thought: Understanding Comprehension and Literacy details the various aspects of a model or theory of literate thought with examples to enhance understanding of the concept. This incisive text provides an overview of literate thought and emphasizes the necessity to develop literate thought in individuals from a multiple perspective, not just from print literacy only. With alternative and additional options for developing literate thought, the possibility to improve levels of thinking in everyone, including children with disabilities and those learning English as a second language, may be increased. This ground-breaking text provides meaningful application in practice for speech-language pathology, special education, psychology, and reading and literacy professionals.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Deafness

Deafness

Author: G. C. Hart

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:152397408

Category: Deaf children

Page: 59

View: 985

Categories: Deaf children

Managing the Experience of Hearing Loss in Britain 1830 1930

Managing the Experience of Hearing Loss in Britain  1830   1930

This book is suitable for both academic audiences and the general reading public. All royalties from sale of this book will be given to Action on Hearing Loss and the National Deaf Children’s Society.

Author: Graeme Gooday

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137406866

Category: Science

Page: 126

View: 422

This book looks at how hearing loss among adults was experienced, viewed and treated in Britain before the National Health Service. We explore the changing status of ‘hard of hearing’ people during the nineteenth century as categorized among diverse and changing categories of ‘deafness’. Then we explore the advisory literature for managing hearing loss, and techniques for communicating with hearing aids, lip-reading and correspondence networks. From surveying the commercial selling and daily use of hearing aids, we see how adverse developments in eugenics prompted otologists to focus primarily on the prevention of deafness. The final chapter shows how hearing loss among First World War combatants prompted hearing specialists to take a more supportive approach, while it fell to the National Institute for the Deaf, formed in 1924, to defend hard of hearing people against unscrupulous hearing aid vendors. This book is suitable for both academic audiences and the general reading public. All royalties from sale of this book will be given to Action on Hearing Loss and the National Deaf Children’s Society.
Categories: Science

Opportunity to Learn

Opportunity to Learn

"The purpose of this study was to investigate educational equity for deaf students in early elementary grades .

Author: Stephanie W. Cawthon

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89080352693

Category: Deaf children

Page: 174

View: 836

"The purpose of this study was to investigate educational equity for deaf students in early elementary grades ... Teacher reports of reading instruction were analyzed for alignment to Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Reading by the 4th grade.""--Abstract.
Categories: Deaf children

Reading Practices with Deaf Learners

Reading Practices with Deaf Learners

Let ' s not miss opportunities to promote voluntary reading : Classroom libraries in
the elementary school . Reading ... Reading Research Quarterly , 23 ( 4 ) , 441 –
453 . Freppon ... Deafness and learning : A psychosocial approach . Belmont ...

Author: Patricia L. McAnally

Publisher: Pro Ed

ISBN: UVA:X030115383

Category: Education

Page: 472

View: 811

This book was written specifically for professors and college students in teacher training programs for deaf education and for classroom teachers working with deaf and hard-of-hearing learners. It is one of the very few books on the market that focuses entirely on the hearing-impaired. It consists of three sections, each one providing in-depth information on topics critical to the teaching of reading to this specific population. * Section one: "Foundations" - contains chapters dealing with theory and research in such topics as: cognition, reading, language, literary development, vocabulary and comprehension. One chapter on ASL, English, and Reading looks at the research in the area of second-language learners and discusses its application to deaf and hard-of-hearing students. * Section two: "Instructional Management" - deals with instructional management and describes instructional systems and designs. These chapters look at current trends in education and how these trends apply to the education of students who are deaf and hard of hearing. * Section three: "Applications" - focuses on specific instructional models in reading, writing, and spelling, detailing strategies that have been successfully used with deaf and hard-of-hearing learners. The last chapter in this section discusses assessment, giving information, and examples of both formal and authentic procedures.
Categories: Education