Reading instruction for deaf and hard-of-hearing students: A case study
AuthorMoran, Kimi Linn
AdvisorAntia, Shirin D.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractReading instruction in a self-contained classroom of deaf and hard-of-hearing elementary school students was observed. Videotapes were made of two complete units of study and analyzed using an interval recording system. Interviews were conducted with the teacher. The results of the study indicate the teacher utilized approximately 75% of the allotted instructional time in reading instruction. The teacher spent a good portion of this time eliciting student participation. Students engaged in reading related activities a greater proportion of the time than actually reading. Discussion was the dominant student activity.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Special Education and rehabilitation