Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects

Year of Award



Bachelor of Arts (BA)


College of Education & Allied Health


Communication Disorders and Deaf Education


Lipreading, audiovisual, filmstrip, education, classroom, training, instruction


In reading this paper, it is hoped that the reader will develop an interest in the role that media plays in the education of the deaf today and will play in the education of the deaf in the future. The writer has attempted to show the need for a mediated approach to learning, and its benefits for teacher and student over the regular or usual classroom approach. To support this idea, the writer has chosen to report some approaches to using media in teaching lipreading, auditory training, and language. These examples of media in action will, the writer believes, help bring to life the principles of mediated teaching and learning found in the first section of this paper.


Original copy bound in Deaf Education Theses 1969. Manuscript 5 of 13.

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