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Deaf Beneath By Libby Lael
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An inside look at the failing Deaf program, as well as the consequences of long term damage from the Least Restrictive Environment Mandate. The focus is on several deaf students, and Emma, the star... More > character of the need for L.R.E. mandate reform. Real life situational cases were observed and several problematic issues, especially within the public school system and their inclusive program, were addressed. An excerpt from Deaf Beneath -- A tip for primary caretakers: I.D.E.A. favors the whole placement of a child, rather than the educational aspect for the child alone. To maximize deaf children’s education, apply the law section 504 and register A.S.L. as the students’ primary language on the I.E.P. This clause will force the school to hire certified and educated A.S.L. interpreters.< Less
Deaf Beneath By Libby Lael
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An inside look at the failing Deaf program, as well as the consequences of long term damage from the Least Restrictive Environment Mandate. The focus is on several deaf students, and Emma, a star... More > character for the need of L.R.E. mandate reform. Real life situational cases were observed and several problematic issues, especially within the public school system and their inclusive program, were addressed. An excerpt-- "A tip for primary caretakers: I.D.E.A. favors the whole placement of a child, rather than the educational aspect for the child alone. To maximize deaf children's education, apply the law section 504 and register A.S.L. as the students' primary language on the I.E.P. This clause will force the school to hire certified and educated A.S.L. interpreters."< Less
Marvelous Mary: Deaf with Cochlear Implants By Emily Christensen
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What makes Mary so marvelous? She can speak with her hands and her voice, and listen with her eyes and with tiny computers hidden inside her head. This picture book helps introduce children to... More > Deafness and the process of getting cochlear implants. It emphasizes Mary's love for sign language and Deaf culture, and how her surgery was a way of gaining greater access to the world. The book helps familiarize siblings or classmates with Deafness, and includes an introduction to the experience of surgery.< Less
Breaking the Sound Barrier: A Communication On Being Deaf By Lois Hooper Diamond & Brian Diamond
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With Brian Diamond Imagine yourself as a normal, healthy seven-year-old child. One day you begin to feel sick, showing signs of a fever, and thinking you just have the flu, your parents tuck you into... More > bed and tell you to rest. But as you awake some time later, you look up and realize that your father’s lips are moving but you cannot hear what he is saying. The music and sounds around you are no longer there. You are deaf,and your life has abruptly and forever changed. This was author Lois Hooper Diamond’s reality, and in Breaking the Sound Barrier, she takes you into the world of the millions who live without sound. Although spinal meningitis took her hearing when she was just a little girl, Lois would go on to champion and give voice to her community. Deafness is more than just hearing loss;it is a culture,and Lois answers a number of questions about hearing loss while exploring issues related to whether deaf children should be taught to lip-read and orally communicate or be encouraged to learn sign language< Less
Breaking the Sound Barrier: A Communication on Being Deaf By Lois Hooper Diamond
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Imagine yourself as a normal, healthy seven-year-old child. One day you begin to feel sick, showing signs of a fever, and thinking you just have the flu, your parents tuck you into bed and tell you... More > to rest. But as you awake some time later, you look up and realize that your father’s lips are moving but you cannot hear what he is saying. The music and sounds around you are no longer there. You are deaf, and your life has abruptly and forever changed. This was author Lois Hooper Diamond’s reality, and in Breaking the Sound Barrier, she takes you into the world of the millions who live without sound. Although spinal meningitis took her hearing when she was just a little girl, Lois would go on to champion and give voice to her community. Deafness is more than just hearing loss; it is a culture, and Lois answers a number of questions about hearing loss while exploring issues related to whether deaf children should be taught to lip-read and orally communicate or be encouraged to learn sign language.< Less
Computer-Assisted Language Learning for Deaf Children: a natural language interface system By Robert Ward
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Originally a dissertation for the degree of Master of Science in the Department of Computation, UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology), U.K., 1981. This is a scanned... More > copy of the original, January 2010. The dissertation specifies a set of computer programs to allow learners to interact with a computer through written language. It sets out the computational foundations for an approach later investigated in a Ph.D. thesis, “Natural Language, Computer-Assisted Learning and Language-Impaired Children”, by the same author, at the Department of Psychology, University of Hull, U.K., in 1987.< Less
Computer-Assisted Language Learning for Deaf Children: a natural language interface system By Robert Ward
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Originally a dissertation for the degree of Master of Science in the Department of Computation, UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology), U.K., 1981. This is a scanned... More > copy of the original, January 2010. The dissertation specifies a set of computer programs to allow learners to interact with a computer through written language. It sets out the computational foundations for an approach later investigated in a Ph.D. thesis, “Natural Language, Computer-Assisted Learning and Language-Impaired Children”, by the same author, at the Department of Psychology, University of Hull, U.K., in 1987.< Less
A Sorry Stick of a Man, Indeed ... And Other Short Essays on Deafness By Tom Willard
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Tom Willard has been writing about the deaf community for 25 years. This collection, selected mostly from his work as editor of the national newspapers “Silent News” and... More > “Newswaves,” offers a unique look at the issues and concerns of the American deaf community. Willard writes about advertisers who don’t caption their TV commercials, businesses that ignore their TTY phone lines for the deaf, Hollywood producers who hire hearing actors for deaf roles, hotels that disregard the Americans with Disabilities Act, relay operators who lack common sense and much more, in a book that is both entertaining and educational. At times funny, sad, thought-provoking, maddening and more, “A Sorry Stick of a Man” is perfect for students of deaf culture, sign language and interpreting and ideal for parents of deaf children, offering a rare glimpse into one of America’s most mysterious and misunderstood cultures.< Less
A Sorry Stick of a Man, Indeed ... And Other Short Essays on Deafness By Tom Willard
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Tom Willard has been writing about the deaf community for 25 years. This collection, selected mostly from his work as editor of the national newspapers “Silent News” and... More > “Newswaves,” offers a unique look at the issues and concerns of the American deaf community. Willard writes about advertisers who don’t caption their TV commercials, businesses that ignore their TTY phone lines for the deaf, Hollywood producers who hire hearing actors for deaf roles, hotels that disregard the Americans with Disabilities Act, relay operators who lack common sense and much more, in a book that is both entertaining and educational. At times funny, sad, thought-provoking, maddening and more, “A Sorry Stick of a Man” is perfect for students of deaf culture, sign language and interpreting and ideal for parents of deaf children, offering a rare glimpse into one of America’s most mysterious and misunderstood cultures.< Less
Omorti's Children: Book Two By David Short
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Second book in the Omorti trilogy. Earth’s only off-world colony is rebuilding after an attack that nearly destroyed it. Newlyweds, Kat and Terry O’Neal have created a retreat for... More > themselves far enough from the colony that their telepathic abilities will not cause paranoia among the “deaf” colonists, but it is not to last. Relatives of the cat-like alien Terry killed defending the colony, have returned looking for vengeance. In the meantime, Terry is drawn into the politics of the Bak, a race he suspects of seeding Earth with humanity.< Less

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