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1 Author: Dr. Sam Slike Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Date submitted to deafed.net – February 7, 2006 Date submitted to deafed.net – February 7, 2006 To contact the author for permission to use this PowerPoint, please To contact the author for permission to use this PowerPoint, please To use this PowerPoint presentation in its entirety, please give credit to the author. To use this PowerPoint presentation in its entirety, please give credit to the author.

2 Auditory Training and Speechreading Dr. Sam Slike Professor/Curriculum Coordinator Education of the Deaf/HH

3 Speechreading History of Speechreading History of Speechreading –Jena Method: basic priniciples of kinethesis, imitation, and rhythm –Mueller-Walle Method: analytical, from part to whole; sound categorized based on visible characteristics –Nitchie Method: analytic system, mirror practice –Kinzie Method: philosophical and psychological premise from Nitchie, and Mueller-Walle classification of sounds and order; first to develop for younger children SOURCES: French-St. George, M. & Stoker, R.G. (1988). Speechreading: An historical perspective. In Reflections on speechreading. De Filippo, C.L. and Sims, D.G. (Eds.), The Volta Review, Vol. 90, No. 5, September Moores, D.F. (2001). Education of the deaf: Psychology, principles, and practices. 4 th Edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. (p ).

4 Speechreading (continued) Methods of Speechreading used today Methods of Speechreading used today –Videodisc –CD-ROM Analytic vs. Synthetic Analytic vs. Synthetic Website: aring-Ideas/speech/intro.html Website: aring-Ideas/speech/intro.html aring-Ideas/speech/intro.html aring-Ideas/speech/intro.html

5 Auditory-Verbal Approach What is the Auditory-Verbal approach? What is the Auditory-Verbal approach? What are the goals of this approach? What are the goals of this approach? Websites: atlanta.org/home.php?approach Websites: atlanta.org/home.php?approach atlanta.org/home.php?approach atlanta.org/home.php?approach

6 Educational Placement Options Residential Schools Residential Schools –Usual mode of communication? –Advantages Self-contained classrooms Self-contained classrooms –Usual mode of communication? –Advantages Website: l - dnb Website: l - dnb l - dnb l - dnb

7 Communication Strategies Oral Oral Manual Manual Written Written Website: fStud.html Website: fStud.html fStud.html fStud.html

8 Teaching Strategies Visuals Visuals Assistive Listening Devices Assistive Listening Devices Classroom Placement Classroom Placement Websites: Websites: ithdeaf.html ithdeaf.html html htmlhttp://techrepublic.com.com/ htmlhttp://techrepublic.com.com/ html

9 Self-Advocacy Even though there are laws, deaf students still need to be prepared to advocate for things they need Even though there are laws, deaf students still need to be prepared to advocate for things they need Know your rights! Know your rights! Website: l/legalarticles/selfadvocacy.html Website: l/legalarticles/selfadvocacy.html l/legalarticles/selfadvocacy.html l/legalarticles/selfadvocacy.html

10 Cued Speech History of Cued Speech History of Cued Speech 8 Handshapes and 4 different positions 8 Handshapes and 4 different positions Websites: Websites: Supplementing speechreading with Cued Speech Supplementing speechreading with Cued Speech –Website:


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