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Teaching Deaf Children To Talk

 

ELECTROACOUSTIC EQUIPMENT FOR DEAF CHILDREN:

INDIVIDUAL AUDITORY TRAINERS and AUDITORY ACTIVITY

EQUIPMENT SET FOR CLASS WORK*

in specialized schools and kindergartens

  

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HOW DO YOU TRAIN A DEAF CHILD WITHOUT A HEARING AID?

    Whether a child was born deaf or lost hearing suddenly, the sooner we identify this

problem the better. In the perfect world the child should start using a hearing aid

immediately in order to ease listening and speech recognition when mastering native

language. However in some situations a deaf child has no opportunity to use

a hearing aid. There may be different reasons to that: long lead time or delivery

term of equipment, time required for maintenance or set up of a device, absence

of replacement parts like batteries or ear buds, etc. So in a situation when a deaf

child does not have a hearing aid, an auditory trainer must be used.

   An auditory trainer is a special electroacoustic device consisting of audio amplifier

with microphone and high-output headphones. A child learns to hear and understand

a teacher’s speech. If a child speaks into the microphone he/she would hear own voice.

A deaf child in headphones compares the sound of own voice with that of a teacher

and learns how to speak imitating the teacher. Only auditory trainer gives an immediate

opportunity to start training a deaf child while waiting for a hearing aid delivery.

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.HOW DO YOU TRAIN A GROUP OF DEAF CHILDREN WITHOUT HEARING AIDS

AT SCHOOL OR KINDERGARTEN?

   A set of equipment for auditory activity would be used for group training at

a kindergarten or school when no individual hearing aids are available. The set

includes several auditory trainers and a teacher’s console that are connected.

A teacher speaks in the microphone and each student speaks in the microphone

of an auditory trainer. Deaf children in headphones hear a teacher’s voice, own

voice and other students’ voices. So they master simultaneously:

 

   ◊   Teacher listening and comprehension

   ◊   Speaking while imitating the teacher’s speech

   ◊   Communication skills in a group talking to each other

 

 *USED in absence of hearing aid devices

 
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