A Practical Guide to Quality Interaction with Children Who Have a Hearing Loss
Details: 147 pages,B&W, Softcover, 6" x 9"
© 2007 | Available
It is very possible for children with a hearing loss to achieve and develop a fluent and intelligible spoken language when their residual hearing is applied to the fullest extent in an interactive language learning environment. Based on twenty five years of advisory and hands-on research and experience across fourteen countries in five continents, this book is a practical guide for those seeking to lead children with hearing impairment to fluent intelligible spoken language by engaging in quality interaction at the language learning stage.
Morag Clark draws directly from the cases in her own work experience all over the world and challenges professionals to examine their existing approach to early intervention in the life of families of children with a hearing loss in light of recent advances in audiology, technology, medical science, and psycholinguistics.
- Challenges professionals to examine their existing approach to early intervention in the lives of families of children with hearing loss in light of recent advances in audiology, technology, medical science, and psycholinguistics.
- Stresses the importance of drawing on the patterns of early language learning in children with normal hearing as a model for those with a hearing loss.
- Presents the necessary components, as well as the practical solutions to the problems experienced, for creating a rich, language-enabling environment.
This title is also available in a German translation.
—Doody Enterprises, Inc.
"The Practical Guide to Quality Interaction with Children Who Have a Hearing Loss is a timely and important contribution to the worldwide effort to provide optimal habilitation for children with auditory dysfunction. Ms. Clark presents a readable and practical guide to effective education and development of language in children with hearing loss. Filled with real-world examples of listening situations and activities, and a lifetime of experience gained in developed and developing countries around the world, this small Book fills a large gap in the literature on education and intervention for children with hearing impairment."
—James W. Hall III, PhD, from the Foreword
- Foreword by James W. Hall, III
The Natural Auditory Oral Approach.
- Hearing as the Basis of the Development of Spoken Language
- Factors that detract from the use of hearing.
- Language through daily living.
- Parent guidance.
- Lessons learned from observation of interaction of adults with children with a hearing loss worldwide.
- Educational placement.
- The way forward.
- Appendix A: Overview of Developments from Mid-20th Century Onward.
- Appendix B: Parent Guidance Report Form.
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