EjSBS - The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

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The Sign Language and Spoken/Written Language of Bilingual Method for Hearing-Impaired Children in Pre-Schools in Latvia

Table 1: The positions of the Bilingual Learning Method according the author of the publication, I. Zaiceva

Positions Directions of learning activity Use/application
Specifics correspondence to the individual traits of the child;correspondence of the contents;skill development, enforcement of acquisitions, mastering knowledge Use of language:in the respective situation;the most appropriate language;corresponding to the capabilities of the child.
Contents Programs:development of the sign language;development of the spoken/written language;reading from the lips;developing the pronunciation of the spoken/written language;developing the existing hearing perception;development of mathematic perception; Use of the levels of acquisition:in the sign language;in spoken/written language;in the sign language and in the spoken/written language;cognitive cognition.
Method Classification of the methodTasksElements of the learning contentsRequirements for the choiceMaterials of the method Use of materials:In the sign language;In the spoken/written language;In the sign language and in the spoken/written language.
Gains SkillsAcquisitionsKnowledge Socio-cultural situation;Cognitive cognition process;Psycholinguistic:In the sign language,In the spoken/written language.
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