9780890799277

Language Learning Practices With Deaf Children

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  • ISBN13:

    9780890799277

  • ISBN10:

    089079927X

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 4/1/2004
  • Publisher: Pro Ed
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Summary

This text provides future and practicing teachers of deaf children with basic theoretical and research knowledge as well as specific principles and practices for fostering the development of language and reading. In this third edition of Language Learning Practices with Deaf Children, the authors have added a section on language assessment in Chapter 7 addressing high-stakes or large-scale testing and a new chapter on special programs, including ASLDEnglish programs for children from multicultural homes and technology for language learning. An Appendix has been added with an annotated list of Internet Web sites that may be useful to teachers, parents, and preservice teachers as well as others interested in language practices with children who are deaf. Language Learning Practices with Deaf Children describes the variety of language development theories and practices that are used with deaf children, without advocating any particular approach. Chapters 1 and 2 cover so

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Language Development in Hearing Children
1(30)
Aspects of Language
1(1)
Theories of Language Acquisition
2(6)
Prelinguistic Development
8(4)
Semantic Development
12(7)
Syntax and Morphology
19(8)
Summary and Implications
27(4)
Language Development in Prelinguistically Deaf Children
31(24)
Interaction Between Adults and Young Children
32(3)
Communicative Intention Before Development of Referential Language
35(1)
Semantic Development: English Language
36(4)
Syntax and Morphology: English Language
40(10)
American Sign Language (ASL) Development
50(1)
Summary
51(4)
Historical Overview of Teaching Methods and Materials for Deaf Children
55(32)
Teaching Developments Before the 20th Century
55(10)
The 20th Century
65(13)
Language Materials and Technology
78(6)
Summary
84(3)
Natural Language Approach: Principles and Practices
87(30)
Assumptions and Principles of Natural Language Teaching
88(4)
From Principles to Practices
92(12)
Instructional Activities for the Natural Language Approach
104(11)
Summary
115(2)
Structured and Combined Approaches to Language Learning
117(42)
Assumptions and Principles
118(17)
Instructional Strategies
135(5)
Figurative Expressions
140(10)
Inferencing Skills
150(6)
Summary
156(3)
Reading and Writing
159(34)
Reading Achievement Levels of Deaf Children
159(3)
Reading
162(13)
Writing
175(17)
Summary
192(1)
Assessment of Language Development
193(16)
Accountability and Large-Scale Testing
194(3)
Assessment for Instructional Planning
197(10)
Summary
207(2)
Specialized Language Programs
209(18)
Bilingual Education: ASL--English
210(7)
Multicultural Students and Language Practices
217(3)
Technology in the Classroom
220(4)
Summary
224(3)
Reflections
227(16)
Stephen P. Quigley
Peter V. Paul
Normal Language Development
228(1)
Communication Intervention Systems
229(9)
Language Learning--Teaching Approaches
238(5)
Appendix: Internet Resources 243(10)
References 253(30)
Author Index 283(6)
Subject Index 289(12)
About the Authors 301

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