This volume is the long-awaited revision of the only textbook on primary language instruction written with classroom teachers of deaf and hard-of-hearing children (TODs) in mind. It builds on the work of the previous edition, describing the experiences of four real TODs and demonstrates practical application of the concepts discussed. Up-to-date chapters on theory of language learning, assessment, and evidence-based practice supplement specific examples of real cases in the field. Avoiding promotion of one teaching philosophy over another, this volume demonstrates the commonalitiesacross classroom language instruction approaches for DHH children and helps guide teachers to enhance learning outcomes.

Susan R. Easterbrooks
Easterbrooks, Susan R. Language Learning in Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Theory to Classroom Practice Second edition., Oxford University Press, 2021
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