Popular in Deaf Culture
Popular in ASL
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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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