Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects

Year of Award

1968

Degree

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

College

College of Education & Allied Health

Department

Communication Disorders and Deaf Education

Keywords

language development, aided hearing, lip reading, school, speech, acoustic

Abstract

In recent years, educators of the deaf have begun to realize the tremendous importance of auditory training in the life of the deaf child. Auditory training for a child with a hearing impairment, involves making the best use of his residual hearing. It involves learning to "listen - to use to a maximum the hearing that he possesses in minimum, to get the most from the least, to hear with deaf ears!' The deaf child must learn to take full advantage of the sound clues available to him and his training in school must be well integrated into his total curriculum.

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Original copy bound in Deaf Education Theses 1968. Manuscript 1 of 14.

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