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TRAIN GO SORRY: Inside a Deaf World Paperback – April 25, 1995
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Worked into the chapters telling stories about Lexington School, its students, and staff are many issues that are central to the deaf community today. One of these issues is the question of mainstreaming deaf children into public education. Many administrators (and hearing parents) believe that deaf children should be treated like other handicapped children and enrolled in regular classes in hearing schools. These people cannot seem to comprehend how misguided this policy is.Read more ›
I am a hearing man who has been involved in the Deaf community for over 30 years. I teach ASL at a college and have read just about all the books available on Deaf culture. This is the book that I now require for my level two students. It gives so much "inside" information about deaf people. And she does it through the many fascinating lives of each character, most of them deaf, a few hearing.
If you are an ASL student or know a deaf person, you should definitely read this book. If your professor doesn't now about this book yet, tell him or her to read it. Even if you've never met a deaf person I think that you will find this to be a great read. It is breezy yet poignant and you keep turning the page to see what happens next to each person involved.
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This is a factual account of life as a deaf person.. I am hard of hearing myself. Iris an insightful book!Published 2 months ago by Linda
The book jumps around a bit, but if you are curious about Deaf culture, this would be a great read.Published 14 months ago by Jackie S
This was a great buy as well as the quality of the book. Thank you from a greatful student.Published 16 months ago by Erika Martinez
great book to learn about deaf/HOH culture. Parents or children with deaf families should read this..Published 18 months ago by A. Gift for You
Another in a long line of Culture books on Deaf (and I probably have most of them). Quick read and interesting antidotes. If you don't want a textbook, this is a good choice.Published 21 months ago by Colleen N. Rude-Hulbert
Book was as described, however I played for expedited shipping and it took over 2 week's for me to receive it.Published 22 months ago by Amber Payne