Csd 269 Study Guide Week 6 Essay

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Study Guides for Deaf People and Journey Text Readings Week 6

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Chapter 5 1. What kinds of parent-child interactions lead to language learning in babies? pointing, eye gazing, smiles, vocalizations, and engagement in games, nursery rhymes, and songs, family stories, and picture books 2. What categories do children’s first words usually fall into? names of animals, foods, toys, actions adjectives and social words (please, thank you, no, yes) 3. How does a sight-word reading vocabulary normally develop? when children see the words on paper, they associate the graphemes with a mental representation such as a picture, an experience, a sign or a spoken word 4. How do deaf readers store “reading by eye”
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hearing children might have reading, writing and spelling disorders and are unable to use phonological information in the literacy process, signs do no require auditory processing and auditory memory, allows the teacher to use multisensory approach and to capitalize on the visual learning strengths of the student 18. Why might English literacy be especially important for deaf-blind children? it might be the only thing they can still do (read), braille (teletouch, telebraille-must know english)

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NOTE: questions 10-16 cover cochlear implants. This topic will be explored in depth in a future lesson. 1. List three family activities that help children develop communication competence. informal conversations, storytelling, responding to child questions, allow the child to freely express feelings and opinions, all of which contribute to the child's communication competence 2. Does the first language a deaf child is exposed to always become the dominant language? Explain. the first language they are exposed to does not necessarily become their dominant language, may use ASL later in childhood, it may become their dominant language 3. Why is contact signing not advocated as a teaching method? English and ASL mixed, it does not provide children with an accurate model of either language 4. What is the difference between the auditory-verbal and auditory-oral approaches?
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