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Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
Unit 4  Lesson 1 Deaf education
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Unit 4 Lesson 1 Deaf education

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  • 1. Lesson 1Deaf education
  • 2. 1.to notice a) To explain something by2.to recognise showing clearly3.to found b) To make something suitable for a new need or purpose4.to demonstrate c) To see or pay attention to5.to allow d) To accept or agree that6.to convince something is true or real7.to adapt e) To start or establish an organisation f) To let someone do something g) To make someone believe something
  • 3. 1. When we were children my parents never …….. us to watch TV more than an hour a day.2. The shop assistant …… how to use the camera to all costumers who bougth it.3. She never wanted to join us when we went out. But once I ….. her that she is like everyone of us and no one in the group would treat her badly.4. The author comic book …. the story of the Chinggis Khaan so that children could understand the history well.
  • 4. 5. Some people who can’t hear and speak …. their own association to protect their rights.6. It took a long time until finally people …. the new government.7. I was a bit worried but luckily no one in the class …. my new hairstyle.
  • 5. Sign Private language tutoringDeaf Oral methodHearing Gesture impairment FacialSuccessor expression
  • 6. 1. Only people with hearing impairment use the American sign language.2. The modern ASL came form France.3. In the 18th century people believed that children with hearing impairment wre not able to learn.4. At the time any of the deaf children didn’t receive education at all.5. The school that l’Epee founded for deaf people was not free.
  • 7. 6. More schools wre established by other people who continued the l’Epee’s work.7. The teachers from the schools in France shared their methods with others.8. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet first travelled to France to learn deaf education methods.9. Clerc helped Gallaudet to develop the American sign language for deaf children in America.10.The school Gallaudet founded became popular and attracted many students in a very short period of time.
  • 8. 1. In the 18th century in France, some people did not think children with hearing impairments should go to school.2. l’Epee founded the first free educational institution for deaf people in France in 1771.3. Gallaudet first travelled to England and then he went to France and studied the method used for teaching deaf children.
  • 9. a) A finished action in the pastb) Actions which follow each other in a storyc) A past situation or habit
  • 10.  1850s – Amos Kendall donates land to establish a school for the deaf and the blind 1864 – President Lincoln signs the bill to authorise the school to grant college degrees. The school’s new name: National College for the Deaf and Dumb. 1865 – The blind students leave, and the Institution becomes Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, while the college became National Deaf-Mute College.
  • 11.  1887 – First women enter the college. 1889 – Gallaudet college Alumni Association begins. 1893 – College becomes Gallaudet College, to honor Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet 1969 – Gallaudet college establishes the Model Secondary School for the Deaf. 1970 – Kendall Demonstration Elementary School opens. 1986 – Gallaudet college gets the status of being a University.
  • 12. l’Epee founded the first free school for deaf people in France in 1771.Gallaudet first travelled to England. Then he went to France and studied the teaching method.

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