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|EDHH 478 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Expressive Language/Writing to DHH Students|
The learner will develop their knowledge of syntax and semantics, and the knowledge base needed to evaluate and apply recent research findings, language curricula, and procedures for language analysis of deaf and hard of hearing students. The learner will learn to teach and evaluate English through appropriate ASL usage. Learners will analyze English syntactic and semantic structures of typical deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) students which will enable them to structure developmentally appropriate instructional strategies to develop expressive language skills. Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education Services, Corequisite: EDHH 477
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid - do not use, Lecture, Online - do not use
Teaching, Leadership, & Tech Department
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