Corpus ID: 17403710

Reading, Dyslexia and Oral Deaf Children: From Research to Practice

@inproceedings{Herman2014ReadingDA,
  title={Reading, Dyslexia and Oral Deaf Children: From Research to Practice},
  author={Rosalind Herman and Penny Roy and Fiona E Kyle},
  year={2014}
}
  • Rosalind Herman, Penny Roy, Fiona E Kyle
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Literacy difficulties are more widespread among deaf* children than hearing children but reasons for their problems differ. Hearing children are likely to be described as dyslexic and once diagnosed, may benefit from specialist support. However, for deaf children, their hearing difficulties are seen as primary. In this Briefing Paper, we report findings from the first stage of our research, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, which has focused exclusively on oral deaf children. In the next phase… CONTINUE READING

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