Reading and Deafness

Autor/a: KING, Cynthia M.; QUIGLEY, Stephen P.
Año: 1985
Editorial: San Diego: College-Hill Press, 1985
Tipo de código: ISBN
Código: 0-88744-107-6
Soporte: Papel




Reading and written language generally have been considered common denominators in the education of deaf children. Educators, regardless of the primary communication forms they espouse for deaf people, have usually agreed that deaf persons need to learn to read and write the general language of society. And lay persons, when confronted with the enormous problems of teaching spoken language to deaf children, often point to reading and written language as obvious solutions to the problem of developing language in some form.