DIALOG VERSUS MONOLOG: JAK PODTRZYMYWAĆ KONTAKT WZROKOWY Z DZIECKIEM GŁUCHYM?
Author(s): Piotr Tomaszewski
DIALOGUE VERSUS MONOLOGUE: HOW COULD ONE KEEP GOING VISUAL CONTACT WITH DEAF CHILDREN?
Published by: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Keywords: dziecko głuche; rodzice głusi; kontakt wzrokowy; język migowy; kompetencja komunikacyjna
Summary/Abstract: It is often said that deafness impoverishes interactions between deaf child and his/her hearing parents. Deafness cannot be regarded as the only reason for the delay of childs general development. It rather creates certain conditions which can restrict his/her cognitive, social, and linguistic development. This paper presents visual and tactile strategies used by deaf parents for communicating effectively with their young children. These parents do it being conscious of practical consequences of restriction on childs perceptional access to linguistic information during interactions. But hearing parents are unlikely to discover such techniques spontaneously. Using specific strategies consistently is a real challenge for them. Hence early intervention programs should consider particular strategies that can be helpful in supporting family members in their linguistic interactions with deaf children.
Journal: Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny
- Issue Year: 205/2006
- Issue No: 3
- Page Range: 43-56
- Page Count: 14
- Language: Polish
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