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Learning of a Second Language in Children with Hearing Impairment.
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Grado en Educación Infantil, Mención Lengua Inglesa
Learning a Second Language is never easy and even less if you have Hearing Impairment. Although Deficiency can be mitigated with Technical Aids, it is very important to keep in mind what kind of help is being used because not all the Hearing Aids have the same effect on the reception of the language and its coding. The school has a very important role in how the First and Second Languages are going to be developed and are in charge of helping the Deaf child to learn the Languages efficiently and to carry out strategies of inclusion in the classroom so that the learning becomes more successful. Sign Language is also an important component in acquiring a Language because, in the absence of Oral Language, it can help in the development of Symbolic Representation, a very important step in the acquisition of other languages, whether Signs or Oral.
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