Language Development and itís effect on the Deaf childís education

1/21/98


Click here to start


Table of Contents

Language Development and itís effect on the Deaf childís education

A. Language Development

Context

Context Continued

Context continued

Context continued

Process of language Development

Process

Process Continued

Process Continued

Process Continued

Process continued

Stages And Milestones

Stages & Milestones

Stages/ Milestones Continue

Stages of Development

Stages & Milestones continued

Stages /Milestones continued

Critical Period for Learning Language

Insights & Questions

Impact of Deafness Upon Development & Use

Context

Context

Parenting

Parenting Continued

Process

Process

Parental Communication

Process

STAGES & MILESTONES

Stages & Milestones

Diagnosis

Stages and Milestones in a Deaf Childís Development

Insights & Questions

Language Assessment & Intervention with Deaf students

Historical

Assessment Techniques

Such test included :

Intervention Choices and Procedures consisted

Techniques to Improve Syntax and Word Types

Current Intervention Techniques

Current

Formal and Informal Assessment

Current Intervention

Interbention Programs

Projected

Projected Goals of Assessment & Intervention

Projected Continued

Insights and Questions

Language & Academic Instruction of Deaf students

Purpose & Strategies

The Least Restrictive Environment were:

Purposes continued

Least Restrictive Setting

Least Restrictive Setting

Bilingual - Bicultural Model

Goals and Objectives

Purposes of the LRE

Teacher & Student Curriculum Materials

Teacher & Student Curriculum Materials

Teacher & Student Curriculum Materials

Teacher & Student Curriculum Materials

Teacher & Student Evaluation Strategies

Teachers & Student Curriculum Materials

Teacher & Student Evaluation Strategies

Evaluation Procedures for Deaf Students

Evaluation Procedures for Deaf Students

Insights & Questions

Professional Information & Resources

Tips for Teachers Dealing with Parents

Tips Teachers Dealing with Parents

Helping Students who are hearing impaired in a regular classroom

Helpful books That focus on the Deaf community

Information on Interpreter in the classrooms What are their roles

How Hearing Parents of Deaf children can be more interactive with their Deaf child

Strategies for becoming a better language model for your child

Indication of possible hearing Loss What parents should watch for:

What future Student teachers need to do to bring success into their classrooms:

Helpful Hints for Future student teachers

Student teaching can be a great experience

What Students should know about Trouble shooting Hearing aids what to check for

Insights and Questions

Book Resources

Internet Resources

Thanks!

Author: Bridget Strong
Uploaded by: Jessica Soltesz/Kent State University/Deaf Education Major