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National Curriculum: An Introduction to Working and Socializing with People Who Are Deaf-Blind, The

$149.95

ISBN: 978-1-58121-025-5

Members of the Deaf community, ASL students, and interpreting students can tap a wealth of information about this important group and develop greater sensitivity. Local service organizations, agencies, and outreach programs that interact with the Deaf-Blind population can also benefit from The National Curriculum and increase their awareness. Residential schools can use the materials to give teachers and classmates deeper insight into the lives of Deaf-Blind students and adults.

The materials include activities and programs that can be adapted for use in a multitude of settings to encourage a better understanding of the Deaf-Blind community.

The DVD offers five informative, easy-to-understand programs:
  • The Deaf-Blind Community Experience
  • Understanding Technology Used by People Who Are Deaf-Blind
  • Sighted Guide Techniques with People Who Are Deaf-Blind
  • Tactile Communication Methods and Techniques
  • Interpreting Adjustments
The book comes in regular and large print and includes: - An Introduction to Working and Socializing with People Who Are Deaf-Blind - Communication Methods and Sighted Guide Techniques - Causes of Deaf-Blindness and Implications for Interpreting

The National Curriculum: An Introduction to Working and Socializing with People Who Are Deaf-Blind also includes a four-credit college course. This course offers more than sixty hours of classroom instruction and provides a course outline, sample syllabus, and a listing of recommended texts.

A CD with the book's contents in ASCII format is also included.

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Authors
Developed by Northwestern Connecticut Community College

Components
2 Books and DVD

Length
208-page regular print book, 384-page large print book, and 122-minute DVD

Item Number
3131

Copyright
2001