Teleconference taped from live broadcast from Gallaudet University on Nov. 13, 1996. Panels composed of parents and professionals share strategies on how to increase the literacy skills of deaf and hard of hearing children. Through videotaped demonstrations, viewers will learn how to read aloud to deaf and hard of hearing children using techniques based on current research into how deaf parents read to their children. Accompanying packet of written materials available.
This 90-minute program includes 2 parts. Part 1 shows techniques that Deaf parents use with their deaf infants/young children to help them learn and communicate in ASL. Part 2 shows many fun ways to share ASL and Deaf culture with families, including ASL games and family activities.
This guide provides useful tips and strategies for parents, grandparents and other family members. The full guide includes the following sections:
- Signing with Infants (0-12 months)
- Signing with Toddlers (13-36 months)
- Signing with Older Children (3-103 months)
- Signing with Children with Special Needs
- What is Signing Time?
- Success Stories
- Signing Time Series One Sign Review
- Signing Time Song Lyrics
This study emphasizes the importance of family support for deaf members, particularly through the use of both American Sign Language (ASL) and spoken and/or written English. Research has shown how these factors influence such areas as a child’s development, performance in school, and relationships with brothers and sisters. In this volume, authors Barbara Bodner-Johnson and Beth S. Benedict concentrate on the vital, positive effects of bilingualism and how families that share their experiences with other families can enhance all of their children’s achievement and enrichment.
The Guide “Using Signing Time in Homeschool Programs” provides useful information about how parents can use Signing Time to support their homeschool curriculum across all subject areas. The full guide includes the following sections:
Using Signing Time to Fit:
- Your Child’s Learning Style
- Your Teaching Style
- Your Budget
- The Ages, Stages and Number of Children
- Subject Matter
- Your Use of Technology
- Signing Basics
- Signing Across Subject Areas
- Themed Activities
- Parent Resources
- Overview of the Signing Time Classroom Edition
- What is Signing Time?
- Success Stories
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An insider`s look into deaf culture with the author's inspiring story of a Canadian, hard-of-hearing child`s remarkable determination. A "Yes you can!!" book.
This DVD tackles the tough subject of youth suicide and provides strategies of awareness and prevention for parents. The presentation consists of statistical information about youth suicide, warning signs of suicidal ideation, elevated risk factors, what a parent can do, and resources for assistance. On disc 1, a facilitator guide is included which easily leads the facilitator through the steps necessary to present the program. Talking points are also provided to help the facilitator initiate discussion and answer questions regarding the information provided. The presentation that will be viewed by the audience is on Disk 2. Everything needed to present the program is included on these two disks. Time allotted for this presentation and discussion should be approximately two hours.
Karen Putz grew up hard of hearing and became deaf as a teen. When her own kids began losing their hearing one by one, she figured she had all the answers. She quickly learned it was a whole other ball game to be a parent of deaf and hard of hearing kids. Karen shares the twists and turns of her journey and the wisdom she's learned along the way.
The book examines the emotions and struggles parents go through while raising a deaf child, as well as the family development as a whole in order to make sure that the child grows up with a healthy and strong personality.