Reading in ASL

Keywords: Instructional Strategies, Literacy, K-12

Deaf children need to be read to daily in ASL. They also need time to write using English, they can do this by creatively writing in a daily journal. They can also design and make books for stories that they have written.

Dawn Barnes
S.C. School for the Deaf
355 Cedar Springs Rd.
Spartanburg, SC 29302

Insight: (Why is this important?)
This is important because it is a basic need for future success in academic achievement. Deaf children need to be able to read and write to function in a hearing society.

Submitted By:
Elaine Morgan
Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education
Converse College
Spartanbur, SC 29302
(864) 596-9080 (V/TTY)
(864) 596-9526 (Fax)

Uploaded By: Jodi Gray/KSU/Deaf Education Major