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Reading Methodology for Deaf Children
Supalla
Padden , C ., & Humphries , T . ( 1988 ). Deaf in America : Voices from a culture . Cambridge , MA : Harvard University Press .
Paul , P . V . ( 1994 ). Response to “ Unlocking the curriculum ”: Principles for achieving access in deaf education . Teaching English to Deaf and Second-Language Students , 10 ( 2 ), 18-21 .
Paul , P . V ., & Quigley , S . P . ( 1987 ). Using American Sign Language to teach English . In P . L . McAnally , S . Rose , & S . P . Quigley ( Eds .), Language learning practices with deaf children ( pp . 139-166 ). Boston , MA : College-Hill Press .
Petitto , L . A ., Langdon , C ., Stone , A ., Andriola , D ., Kartheiser , G ., & Cochran , C . ( 2016 ). Visual sign phonology : Insights into human reading and language from a natural soundless phonology . WIREs Cognitive Science .
Ralabate , P . K . ( 2011 ). Universal design for learning : Meeting the needs of all students . The ASHA Leader , 16 , 14-17 .
Reagan , T . ( 2006 ). Language policy and sign languages . In T . Ricento ( Ed .), An introduction to language policy : Theory and method ( pp . 329-345 ). Oxford , UK : Blackwell .
Rée , J . ( 1999 ). I see a voice : Deafness , language and the senses – A philosophical history . New York , NY : Metropolitan Books .
Roach , A . T ., Neibling , B . C ., & Kurz , A . ( 2008 ). Evaluating the alignment among curriculum , instruction , and assessments : Implications and applications for research and practice . Psychology in the Schools , 45 ( 2 ), 158-176 .
Roby , W . B . ( 1999 ). What ’ s in a gloss ? Language Learning & Technology , 2 ( 2 ), 94-101 .
Sandler , W ., & Lillo-Martin , D . ( 2006 ). Sign language and linguistic universals . Cambridge , UK : Cambridge University Press .
Schick , B . ( 2011 ). The development of American Sign Language and manually coded English systems . In M . Marschark & E . Spencer ( Eds .), Oxford handbook of deaf studies , language , and education ( 2nd ed ., pp . 229-240 ). Oxford , UK : Oxford University Press .
Simms , L ., Andrews , J ., & Smith , A . ( 2005 ). A balanced approach to literacy instruction for deaf signing students . Balanced Reading Instruction , 12 , 39-54 .
Singleton , J . L ., Supalla , S . J ., Litchfield , S ., & Schley , S . ( 1998 ). From sign to word : Considering modality constraints in ASL / English bilingual education . Topics in Language Disorders , 18 ( 4 ), 16-29 .
Snow , C . E ., Burns , M . S ., & Griffin , P . ( Eds .). ( 1998 ). Preventing reading difficulties in young children . Washington , DC : National Academy Press .
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Reading Methodology for Deaf Children Supalla Padden, C., & Humphries, T. (1988). Deaf in America: Voices from a culture. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Paul, P. V. (1994). Response to “Unlocking the curriculum”: Principles for achieving access in deaf education. Teaching English to Deaf and Second-Language Students, 10(2), 18-21. Paul, P. V., & Quigley, S. P. (1987). Using American Sign Language to teach English. In P. L. McAnally, S. Rose, & S. P. Quigley (Eds.), Language learning practices with deaf children (pp. 139-166). Boston, MA: College-Hill Press. Petitto, L. A., Langdon, C., Stone, A., Andriola, D., Kartheiser, G., & Cochran, C. (2016). Visual sign phonology: Insights into human reading and language from a natural soundless phonology. WIREs Cognitive Science. Ralabate, P. K. (2011). Universal design for learning: Meeting the needs of all students. The ASHA Leader, 16, 14-17. Reagan, T. (2006). Language policy and sign languages. In T. Ricento (Ed.), An introduction to language policy: Theory and method (pp. 329-345). Oxford, UK: Blackwell. Rée, J. (1999). I see a voice: Deafness, language and the senses – A philosophical history. New York, NY: Metropolitan Books. Roach, A. T., Neibling, B. C., & Kurz, A. (2008). Evaluating the alignment among curriculum, instruction, and assessments: Implications and applications for research and practice. Psychology in the Schools, 45(2), 158-176. Roby, W. B. (1999). What’s in a gloss? Language Learning & Technology, 2(2), 94-101. Sandler, W., & Lillo-Martin, D. (2006). Sign language and linguistic universals. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Schick, B. (2011). The development of American Sign Language and manually coded English systems. In M. Marschark & E. Spencer (Eds.), Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education (2nd ed., pp. 229-240). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Simms, L., Andrews, J., & Smith, A. (2005). A balanced approach to literacy instruction for deaf signing students. Balanced Reading Instruction, 12, 39-54. Singleton, J. L., Supalla, S. J., Litchfield, S., & Schley, S. (1998). From sign to word: Considering modality constraints in ASL/English bilingual education. Topics in Language Disorders, 18(4), 16-29. Snow, C. E., Burns, M. S., & Griffin, P. (Eds.). (1998). Preventing reading difficulties in young children. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. MM1(Yİ9ăL]ѕȀ(