実践段階に入った聴覚障害児教育における手話の早期導入 [in Japanese] Possibilities and Challenges of the Practice with Japanese Sign Language (JSL) for Communication Aids in Japanese Early Childhood Deaf Education [in Japanese]
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The practice of bilingual deaf education in Northern Europe and America has pushed the introduction of Japanese Sign Language (JSL) for communication aids into Japanese public deaf schools since the 1990s. This study examined this new trend and discussed the possibility of the combined method of JSL and oral Japanese for young deaf children to promote their meta-linguistic abilities and to provide them clues to written Japanese language.
- 奈良教育大学紀要. 人文・社会科学
奈良教育大学紀要. 人文・社会科学 61(1), 57-67, 2012-11