In addition, the reading skills of deaf children have historically been, and continue to be lower than those of normally hearing children. It is hypothesized by this researcher that a factor which contributes to the reading difficulties seen in the majority of deaf children is a lack of linguistic and literacy exposure and practice that comes from early lap-reading experiences with an adult, who is competent in the language of the child.... and aPeter Rabbita are recommended for 2nd or 3rd grade readers, whereas a The Complete Grimma#39;s Fairy Talesa are ... is limited, they will not be able to provide an adequate language model or an arena for linguistic practice for their child.
|Title||:||The Effects of a Fluent Signing Narrator in the Iowa E-Book on Deaf Children's Acquisition of Vocabulary, Book Related Concepts, and Enhancement of Parent-child Lap-reading Interactions|
|Author||:||Vannesa Theresa Mueller|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|