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Chapter one-five, on people, dates, and possible discussion topics.
Deaf Culture
Beverly Buchanan
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Makenna Smith on Friday October 14, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 3590 at University of Colorado Colorado Springs taught by Beverly Buchanan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Deaf Culture in ASL at University of Colorado Colorado Springs.


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Date Created: 10/14/16
Midterm: Study Guide Dates:  1980: Deaf Culture become popular 1817: First Formal school for the Deaf “American Asylum for the Education of Deaf and Dumb” 1880: International Congress of Education of the Deaf in Milan 1880: National Association for the Deaf: Advocating for the Deaf people who face  discrimination in educational, employment, politics and language choices  1950s: First hearing Aid worn on the chest  1500: ASL started in Spain 1975: Public Law 94­142: Education of Handicapped Children’s Act 1997: Free appropriate education for deaf children: IDEA  People:  CODAs: Hearing Children of Deaf Adults James Denison: Only deaf delegate at the conference in Milan Thomas Gallaudet & Laurent Clerc: Co­established the first Deaf school here in the U.S. Abbe De Lepee: French monk, established the first deaf school in Pairs  Alice Cogswell: First student at school of deaf William Stoke: Created the Dictionary of ASL (1976) Fred Schieber: Executive Director of the National Association of the Deaf  McCay Vernon: Advocated for Deaf teachers and administrators  Facts: 95% of deaf children born into hearing parents.  2/1000 children are born in the U.S. Possible short essay topics:  Children’s First Campaign o Movement that tries to educated school districts to recognizes that Deaf children  benefit from learning from their deaf peers through their shared sign language and Deaf Culture  Purpose: deaf children should be placed in setting where they can fully  access academic content from Deaf teachers   Manual/oral Controversy o 1880 International Congress of Milan. BANNED the use of ASL focusing now on SPOKEN skills   Result: teachers fired, physical abuse for ASL   Teaching certification  Characteristics of Bilingual Programs  Medical vs. Cultural Perspective (C.I.s)  Deaf vs. deaf o Deaf use of sign language // deaf no sign language 


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