Oral vs. Sign

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Introduction There is a big controversy about the best method of educating hearing impaired children of different hearing abilities. However, regardless of this controversy, there is an agreement that the earlier we test a baby's hearing, and act upon the results of the test, the better off is the baby.
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2005 Dec 1
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The following message was sent from DeLores Wilson (now Lamb) in Oregon to her son Mike Wilson, who in turn posted it to DEAF-L at 6 Sep 1994. Hi Mike, This is to the parent or whoever wrote about options in communication for deaf kids.
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2005 Oct 24
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MY MOTHER'S LAST WORDS by: Jack Levesque, 1992 At the age of 80, my mother asked me, "Did we do the right thing by sending you to the Clark School for the Deaf? Was an oral education right for you?"
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2005 Nov 29
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Someone claims to be Oral success. Is he really Oral success?
  1. Most important - is the person considered as 'Oral success' still a child, or is the person already adult living independently?
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    2005 Nov 30
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THE STORY OF A 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL (The following article was contributed by Oliver Arnd Markwirth at 1 Jun 1995.)
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1996 Feb 3
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(The following article was contributed by Angelique N Wahlstedt at 21 Jun 1995.)
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2005 Nov 30
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  1. Oralistic argument: There is the need to be able to communicate with the larger world around the deaf person. Therefore, deaf children must learn to speak and lipread the language of the larger world.
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    2005 Nov 28
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Introduction
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