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ERIC Number: ED013521
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 1
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TEACHING DEAF CHILDREN TO TALK.
EWING, ALEXANDER; EWING, ETHEL C.
DESIGNED AS A TEXT FOR AUDIOLOGISTS AND TEACHERS OF HEARING IMPAIRED CHILDREN, THIS BOOK PRESENTS BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT SPOKEN LANGUAGE, HEARING, AND LIPREADING. METHODS AND RESULTS OF EVALUATING SPOKEN LANGUAGE OF AURALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN WITHOUT USING READING OR WRITING ARE REPORTED. VARIOUS TYPES OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP HEARING AIDS ARE EXPLAINED. PRINCIPLES AND METHODS ARE SUGGESTED FOR THE GUIDANCE OF PARENTS OF AURALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN. GUIDELINES FOR THE CLASSROOM SPEECH INSTRUCTION OF (1) CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS OF AGE AND (2) CHILDREN AGED FIVE TO EIGHT ARE DISCUSSED. INITIAL STAGES OF SPEECH DEVELOPMENT FOR THE AURALLY HANDICAPPED AND METHODS DESIGNED TO PRODUCE SPEECH AND ARTICULATION READINESS ARE TREATED. INFORMATION ABOUT THE SOUND PATTERNS OF SPEECH (ACOUSTIC PHONETICS) AND PRODUCTION OF SOUND BY SPEECH ORGANS (MOTOR PHONETICS) IS PRESENTED FOR VOWELS AND CONSONANTS. REFERENCE LISTS CONTAIN 87 CITATIONS. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY THE VOLTA BUREAU, WASHINGTON, D.C. $6.95. (HK)
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