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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cara Deckow on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ASL 305 at University of Washington taught by Lance Forshay in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/192154/asl-305-university-of-washington in American Sign Language at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 09/09/15
ASL 305 Introduction to Deaf Studies University of Washington March 30 2008 Lance Forshay Deaf History Pro History Imagine early history how Deaf people lived Is it important to be able to hear now as was 5000 years ago How did deaf people communicate with each other in the past How would the lives of deaf people be different today Why i Why there isn t much history on the deaf people Before 1700 Deaf History Before 1817 Egypt 1 Israel Law of Moses 1 Greece Deaf History Before 1817 399 BC Socrates quoted by Plato in Cratylus mentions the deaf who express themselves in gestures movement depicting that which is light or a higher sphere by raising the hands or describing a galloping horse by imitating its motion Deaf History Before 1817 Aristoles 384322 BC Deaf are born incapable to reasonquot Galen a Greek physician from Perganum 131 AD Speech and hearing share the same source in the brainquot Thomas Willis 162175 discovered the role of the cochlea in hearing 1 Johann Bohn 16401718 refuted the theory that deaf and dumbness was caused by a connection of facial and aural nenes SourceEriksson Per The History of Deaf People 1993 Deaf History Before 1817 w Rome Augustus 63 BC 14 AD 1 Christianity England St John of Beverly 700 AD Talmud Judaic law Categories of deafness and legal rights it Europe Royal families 1 America Martha s Vineyard Deaf History Before 1817 Private tutor for deaf individuals from wealthy families Juan Fernandez Navarrette 152679 deaf painter Spain 1600 s Italian monks39 vow of silence and the discovery of deaf education through sign communication Pedro Ponce de Leon 152084 and Juan Pablo de Bonet 15791629 Spanish teachers for the deaf published about his work with teaching the deaf using hand signsquot Johan Konrad Amman 16691724 Switzerland and Holland Father of speech method Oralism England John de Beverly 700 AD John Bulwer 161484 George Dalgarno 162687 John Wallis 16161703 William Holder 161597 Henry Baker 16981774 Thomas Braidwood 17151806 Braidwood Academy Germany France Deaf History Before 1817 In 1755 Abbe Charles Michel de L Eppe of Paris founded the h deaf all over the n countries for the next hundred years 33 schools established with this model Deaf History Before 1817 1 In 1778 Samuel Heinicke promoted Oralism a method of teaching deaf children spoken and written language through s eech and lipreadin exclusively without use of si n language Deaf History Before 1817 Philosophies of Deaf Education Oralism Combined Methods


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