Key Words:Deaf education information, books and journals
Listening and Talking is a book written to provide a framework for professionals who want to help parents promote spoken language development in hearing impaired children. It includes ideas that apply to signed or spoken language with the primary focus on speech and helping parents help their children. Beginning with background information on spoken language and language learning thoeries, it goes on to discuss characteristics of interactions and language developement and finally focuses on intervention.
Cole,ElizabethB. (1992). Listening and Talking.Washington,D.C.:Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf.
Uploaded by: B.J. Lawrence /Kent State U./Deaf Ed. Major