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Lip reading

Author : Edward B. Nitchie
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Edward B, Nitchie, founder of the New York School for the Hard of Hearing, now the Nitchie School of Lip-Reading, Inc, wrote "LIP-READING Principles and Practice". The development and perfecting of this meritorious work on lip-reading was an undertaking of stupendous proportion, but, nevertheless, was finished in a masterful, scientific and scholarly manner by Mr. Nitchie. A review of the original edition reveals an uncanny ability on the part of the writer to utilize the most progressive methods used in the teaching of reading today. Modern scientific methods of education have also been employed in the complete revision of the text made by Elizabeth Helm Nitchie and Gertrude Torrey, both thoroughly capable Nitchie School teachers of vast and successful experience. This revision was undertaken to bring the original reading exercises up to date and to include new methods of teaching, which have proved to be effective. One of the most wholesome and most inspiring messages is to be found in the chapter "To the Friends of the Deaf." An acceptance of the philosophy presented in this chapter would add much to the sum total of happiness for the hard-of-hearing and their friends. It not only offers hope, but also supplies a specific program. At the same time it encourages the friends of the deaf to develop not only a thoughtful attitude, but also above all a sympathetic understanding. One of the characteristic features of the modern project method of teaching is that the situations provided for in the school should be essentially the same as those found in life. The methods included in this book follow this modern idea by showing the necessity of teaching and learning the movements of the lips made in speaking at an ordinary rate. Emphasis is placed on special and individual sounds and on word drill, but the complete thought or sentence is considered the unit rather than individual words or sounds.

Lip reading Principles and Practice

Author : Edward Bartlett Nitchie
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Lip Reading Principles and Practice

Author : Edward B. Nitchie
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1912. A handbook for teachers and for self instruction. Nitchie, principal of the New York School for the Hard-of-Hearing, has embodied both his system and methods into this book, which is the result of years of study, and of experience in teaching. They were all carefully worked out, even to the smallest detail, and arranged in accordance with the newest psychological principles. In fact, the book has been pronounced psychologically perfect. Partial Contents: The Eye as a Substitute for Deaf Ears; Teaching Aims; To the Friends of the Deaf; Conversation Practice; How to Use Stories; The Study of the Movements; Vowels; Consonants; Word Practice; Sentence Practice; Mirror Practice; and more.

An Annotated Bibliography on the Education and Psychology of Exceptional Children

Author : Elise Henrietta Martens
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Pamphlet No 1

Author : United States. Office of Education
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Oralism and Auralism

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The Publishers Trade List Annual

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The Journal of Speech Disorders

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The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders

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Foundations of Aural Rehabilitation

Author : Nancy Tye-Murray
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The best-selling textbook, Foundations of Aural Rehabilitation: Adults, Children, and Their Families, Fifth Edition, introduces the fundamentals of audiologic rehabilitation and hearing-related speech-language pathology in an easy-to-read, concise resource for the field of communication sciences and disorders. The text offers creative coverage of theory, clinical practice, and research-based approaches for identifying, diagnosing, and treating hearing and communication-based disorders. The text is separated into three sections for the most comprehensive coverage of each topic: Part 1 describes the components of an aural rehabilitation plan, Part 2 concerns adults and their family members, and Part 3 concerns children and their parents. Important topics throughout include patient-centered services, counseling, selection and fitting of listening devices, conversational fluency and communication strategies training, auditory training, speechreading, and language and speech acquisition. New to the Fifth Edition: Reorganization of chapters from two to three sections, to streamline the presentation of the materialExpanded presentation of research designs and principles of evidence-based practiceState-of-the-science review of the most current research in auditory training and audiovisual speech perceptionUpdated information and references to reflect emerging trends in speech and language therapy, along with practical examples of lessonsImproved and expanded number of figures that illustrate and illuminate key concepts and ideas Key Features: Text is written by a nationally and internationally recognized expert in aural rehabilitation, who is an active researcher in the areas of auditory training, speechreading, and communication strategies, and who writes in an engaging and clear styleChapters begin with Chapter Outlines and end with Key Chapter Points and Terms and Concepts to RememberNumerous case studies, sidebars, and text boxesBolded key terms in text with definitions in margins, and a comprehensive end-of-book glossary Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.

Speechreading Principles and Methods

Author : Kenneth Walter Berger
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The National Union Catalog Pre 1956 Imprints

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The Volta Review

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Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library 1911 1971

Author : New York Public Library. Research Libraries
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Bibliography of Speech Education

Author : Lester Thonssen
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Bulletin

Author : Texas Education Agency
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Suggestions and a General Plan of Therapy for the Hard of Hearing Child

Author : Orvin E. Walsvik
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Hearing News

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Selected Annotated Bibliography on The Education of the Deaf

Author : Thomas H. Poulos
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The Use of Homophenous Words

Author : Edward Bartlett Nitchie
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