publication . Thesis . 2006

Deaf pupils' experiences of inclusion within a mainstream primary school: a case-study

Bower, Sarah;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2006
Abstract
The aims of the study are: \ud To research, and document, deaf pupils' experiences of inclusion, their perceptions of the way teachers view deafness, and to observe the effect of using sign language to educate the children within a mainstream setting. \ud \ud This study has as its focus 5 deaf pupils who are part of a Hearing Impaired Unit of 20 deaf children within the Greenview mainstream primary school for 700 pupils. I focus on three research themes: \ud 1) Inclusion. Firstly: how do deaf pupils describe/feel about their learning experience in an inclusive classroom? Secondly: are deaf pupils a unique group in tenns of their needs? \ud 2) Pedagogy. Firstly: ...

METHODOLOGY,N 1) Semi-structured

INSTRUMENTS '~\'0 Interviews x

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documents. Deaf identity/ self consciousness Alexander 9.9.2002 Deaf identity: switching off hearing aid- Sarah 14.2.2003 Switching off hearing aid - Alexander 19.11.2002, Ditto, Alexander 20.1l.2002 Multiplicity of demands on deaf pupil: board, teacher, book. - Farhan 17.1.2002 Survival strategy, Farhan 10.10.2002 Survival strategy; Farhan 10.10.2002 Farhan's Self Management 17.1.2002 Missing flow of instruction - Alexander 14.3.2001 Missed communication - hearing support: Alexander 9.9.2000 Hearing support: Alexander 25.9.2002 Alexander 9.9.2000 Hearing support: Farhan, 2.5.01

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