Includes bibliographical references (p. 469-482) and index
|Statement||edited by Barbara Bodner-Johnson and Marilyn Sass-Lehrer|
|Contributions||Bodner-Johnson, Barbara, Sass-Lehrer, Marilyn, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||HV2391 .Y68 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 502 p. :|
|Number of Pages||502|
|LC Control Number||2003052482|
43 rows Board books for young children featuring D/deaf characters. Books are listed by . This book goes through the process of getting hearing aids as a child and encourages children to be proud and excited about their hearing technology. “Ranvir Cannot Hear,” by Genevieve Yusuf This story takes place in India and is about a little hard of hearing elephant that goes on an adventure to look for his : Lucie Herridge. Turning the Tide: Making Life Better for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Schoolchildren. Gina Oliva & Linda Risser Lytle, $ The Young Deaf or Hard of Hearing Child: a Family Centered Approach to Early Education. Barbara Bodner-Johnson & Marilyn Sass-Lehrer, $ Your Child’s Hearing Loss: a Guide for Parents, 2nd Edition. Reading to Deaf Children: Learning from Deaf Adults. Washington, DC: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center at Gallaudet University. (ISBN ) Classroom Applications. Aside from incorporating the fifteen principles in reading to deaf and hard of hearing children, the following steps may be helpful: Introduce the cover of the book.
Books/Chapters/Articles. Early Literacy Development in Deaf Children () Book bringing attention to the research gap in literacy development and recommended practices for deaf children. Educating Deaf Learners: Creating a Global Evidence Base. Chapter 7: Literacy and Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students: Research and Practice. ASDC is committed to empowering diverse families with deaf* children and youth by embracing full access to language-rich environments through mentoring, advocacy, resources, and collaborative networks. *ASDC uses the term “deaf” to be inclusive of various hearing levels, including those who are seen as, or identify as Deaf, deaf, or hard of hearing. Research shows that reading and signing stories together helps promote essential literacy skills for ALL children: deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing. Use the ASL Stories Directory to quickly find stories by your child’s age or by the book’s title. Make the most of signing and reading with your child. ABSTRACTA feasibility study was conducted to test a storybook intervention to increase early reading skills of 25 young signing deaf children of ages in grades K through third grade. The children had wide ranges of hearing losses, non-verbal IQs, and signing skills. All were at risk for developing early reading skills, reading below the first grade level.
Interactive Reading with Young Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children in eBooks Versus Print Books Article in Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 22(2) January with Reads. Parents who have deaf or hard of hearing kids, they often have to face a unique set of obstacles. Teaching a hard of hearing child is not an easy task at all. Hidden Hearing specialists say that hearing plays an important role in child's life as it helps in social, emotional, and cognitive development. • Deaf children with deaf parents tend to have an enriched language environment. In consequence, deaf children of deaf parents tend to read better, but given consistent and rich language access, deaf children from hearing parents can catch up. NSF supported Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning, SBE Reading and sharing books together is important for language development. Our early language development team shares tips for story time with deaf or hard of hearing children. Keep ideas simple at first and find ways to interact with the book or story.