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Teaching language and communication to the mentally handicapped

Ken Leeming

Teaching language and communication to the mentally handicapped

by Ken Leeming

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Published by Drake Educational Associates Ltd. in Cardiff .
Written in English


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Statementby Ken Leeming... [et al.]. Programme 1, Setting language objectives.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 videoreel (30 min.) :
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13702938M

Adult Training Centres for the Mentally Handicapped and Day Centres for the Mentally Ill at 31 March, England (Personal social services local authority statistics / Great Britain. A comparative study of the effects of the Makaton vocabulary and a language stimulation programme on the communication abilities of mentally handicapped adults. The rationale and format of a programme for improving language comprehension skills in mentally handicapped children is described and is viewed alongside some of .

of sign and oral communication as a means training would be advantageous with devel of teaching language to mentally handi- opmentally delayed children who seem ca capped children. Bricker () reported pable of eventually acquiring oral language, that preschool moderately retarded children Nevertheless, for the past several years there.   It is the primary form of communication among the deaf and hard of hearing in North America. In these modern times it is not uncommon to see two deaf people communicating in sign language or colleges teaching ASL as a form of foreign language. But ASL or deaf people in general weren’t always so openly accepted in society.

to, or working with the Disability Community. Disrespectful language can make people feel excluded and can be a barrier to full participation. This is a guide to using respectful words and language. When does Language = Power? Imagine living your whole life always having to explain why the words that people use are hurtful and offensive to Size: KB. Introduce new ideas in a physical, hands-on approach. Use manipulatives when teaching math. Take field trips to the grocery store or post office to give students a meaningful experience. When students are able to make real connections to the world around them, or physically explore a concept, the knowledge will stick with them.


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Shepard, M.A. A special language program for intermediate level multi-handicapped deaf students was de-veloped at the Oregon State School for the Deaf. Basically a "survival language" curriculum, the. Language developing is thus a major concern for those who work with mentally handicapped children and it has come to be regarded as one of the main objectives within the special school curriculum.

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