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    Graduate project
    Jensen, Pamela
    The paper presents theories and research regarding play and its relationship to cognitive development in normal infants. Play is identified as an important contributor to, and reflector of, cognition. Resources for teaching play are reviewed and found . . .
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    Nagy, Edward John
    One area of the education of the deaf that has not received the attention due it is parent involvement in planning and sharing the education that their children receive. Those of us who are either teachers or administrators in the education of the dea . . .
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    Lowell, Neil F.
    Several recent studies of the education of the deaf in America have criticized it for not providing an adequate education. From one of those studies we find this quote. �The major conclusion that can be drawn from a thorough investigation of the liter . . .
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    Shifflett, Dorothy
    For yea these many years, numerous people have written papers and books that say the same thing, only in different ways. Simply put, it is that the deaf cannot read very well. Still, these same deaf individuals are expected to function in a world grea . . .
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    Wait, Mark A.
    Chapter I. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM. There seems to be some confusion and misunderstanding about the specific definition of the new system, "total communication," sometimes referred to as a total approach." Many educators of the deaf, especially those . . .
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    Sallop, Marvin B.
    The purpose of this project is to acquaint the reader with the findings of Sign language Linguistics, to present in perspective, some of the descriptive elements of American Sign Language, and to offer suggestion as to how the discoveries of Sign Lang . . .
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    Bromley, Kathryn M.
    A large percentage of the hearing-impaired population of the United States is comprised of individuals who are hard of hearing. Yet, very few resources are available to those persons or their families that focus specifically on their needs. It is ofte . . .
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    Rupp, Susan J.
    This study focused upon the role of interpreters employed in public high school hearing-impaired programs in seven Western states. The purpose of this study was threefold: 1. To identify the percent of time interpreters are engaged in performing a var . . .
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    May, Karl H.
    The student crossed his fingers and waited as the instructor began setting-up the test equipment. He had worked for three weeks on the construction of a baby cry signal lamp. Would it work? Would it really tell him if a baby cried? His baby? You see t . . .
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    Hunter, Christopher H.
    The modern medium of mass communication, television, has been in commercial uses for entertainment, advertisements, announcements, education, information, and emergency broadcasts. It may affect the safety of life or i property. The greatest advantage . . .