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When the room is quiet, Kofi can hear the blocks fall down. Helping Children Who Are Deaf (2004) Kofi may not hear the blocks fall down when there is other noise in the room. what can your child hear? Checking a child’s hearing at home It is hard to check a small child’s hearing. But even if you plan to have your child’s hearing tested by a professional, it is helpful if you can first check your child’s hearing yourself. Then you can give information to the professional and you can better understand what the professional is doing.
When he is older, this will help him learn how to make conversation with other people. Here, Kwame’s mother Hola helps them get started. Can I have the ball? Thank you, Kwame. Good job! Hola’s face shows she is asking a question. Your child will learn even more if you can keep a give-and-take going between you. Helping Children Who Are Deaf (2004) basic communication skills For example: Hola waits until Kwame is looking at her. She gets him interested and engaged by raising her eyebrows, smiling, and shaking the ball.
Fix’. Can you sign ‘fix’? 21 Chapter 3 Guidelines for teaching language A child who is deaf or cannot hear well learns to communicate by seeing. He will not learn words like others do, just by listening to people talk. He needs a longer time and more help to learn a language — whether by watching and listening to people talk, or by seeing them sign. He may start earlier than other children to pay attention to written words. When he sees written words, such as his own name, he can make the connection between a word and its meaning.