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EDUC5072M
Module Reading List

Deafness and Development, 2017/18, Semester 1
Dr Jackie Salter
j.m.salter@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

5072 Module Readings

Introductory activity: Understanding and using linguistic terminology 

Module Pre-reading

Crystal, D. (2006) How language works. London Penguin *

This is a fun but informative book about language and how it works and it is very readable. Have a look as far as chapter 26 and note down new terminology as you go in preparation for the introductory session and further reading in this module.

Session 1 and 2: Development. language and deafness

Readings:

Crystal D. (2006) How language works ISBN: 0140515380 : £22.00; 9780140515381 : £22.00 Chps 27-40

Wood, D. (1988). How children think and learn.2nd Edition Oxford, UK: Blackwell. Chapter 2: ‘Images of Childhood’ pp. 15- 39 (MRF) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Garton A. and Pratt C (1998) ‘Social interaction and the development of Language’ in Learning to be Literate, London: Blackwell, pp.40 -69 (MRF) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Lindon, J. (2012). Understanding child development: Linking theory and practice. London: Hodder Arnold. Chapter 7. pp. 134-162. Available on the VLE

Knoors. H.& Marschark. M. (2014) Teaching deaf learners : psychological and developmental foundations. Oxford : Oxford University Press Chapter 4. ‘Language Development’.pp 56-79

Sessions 3 and 4: Deafness and language development 

Readings:

Oller, K. (2006) ‘Vocal Language development in deaf infants: new challenges’. In Spencer, PE. and Marschark, M. (eds) Advances in the spoken language development of deaf and hard-of-hearing children, Oxford: Oxford University Press Chapter 2. pp.22 – 41 - Available on the VLE.

Swanwick, R (2017) Languages and Languaging in Deaf Education ISBN: 9780190455712 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0190455713 (pbk. : alk. paper) Ch.3 The Plural use of sign and spoken Languages pp.39-59     

Swanwick, R (2017) Languages and Languaging in Deaf Education ISBN: 9780190455712 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0190455713 (pbk. : alk. paper) Chapter 6 Multicompetence and repertoire” pp101-120    

Session 5: Language Asssessment

Long, M. et al. (2011) The Psychology of Education 2nd ed. London : Routledge, Ch.3: Assessment pp50-77

Herman, R. Language Assessment of Deaf Learners in Knoors, H. and M.Marschark (eds) Educating deaf learners : creating a global evidence base ISBN: 9780190215194 Oxford University Press, New York Oxford University Press, New York Ch.9 pp 197-212

Cawthorne, S. (2015) Issues of Access and Validity in Standardized Academic Assessments for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Knoors, H. and M. Marschark (eds) Educating deaf learners : creating a global evidence base ISBN: 9780190215194 Oxford University Press, New York Ch10 pp 213-228

Session 6: Modality and structure in sign language, language planning

Readings:

Fisher D. and Van de Hulst H. (2003) ‘Sign Language Structures’. In Marschark M. and Spencer PE. Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, Volume 1, pp. 319 – 331, Oxford University Press. * (MRF) - Available on the VLE.

Sutton-Spence, R. and Woll, B. (1999) The linguistics of British Sign Language : an introduction, 9 – 12. Cambridge University Press. (MRF) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Knoors, H., & Marschark, M. (2012). Language planning for the 21st century: revisiting bilingual language policy for deaf children. Journal of deaf studies and deaf education., 17, 3, 291-305.

Session  7: Cognitive development 

Readings:

Marschark M. (2007). ‘Intelligence, academic achievement and creativity’. In Raising and educating a deaf child : a comprehensive guide to the choices, controversies, and decisions faced by parents and educators (second edition), Oxford University Press, pp. 183 – 205.

Marschark, M. and L. Waulters (2008) Language comprehension and learning in Marschark M., and P. Hauser (eds) Deaf cognition : foundations and outcomes ISBN: 9780195368673 (cloth : alk. paper); 0195368673 (cloth : alk. paper) Oxford University Press New York    

Session 8- 9: Social and emotional development 

Readings:

Toe, D., P. Rinaldi, M.C. Caselli, L. Paatsch and A. Church The Development of Pragmatic Skills in Children and Young People who are deaf and Hard of Hearing in Knoors, H. and M. Marschark (eds)(2015) in Educating deaf learners : creating a global evidence base ISBN: 9780190215194 Oxford University Press, New York

Wolters N., and Isarin J., Reciprocity in School Peer Relationships of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Early Adolescents Promoting Empowerment Knoors, H. and M. Marschark (eds)(2015) in Educating deaf learners : creating a global evidence base ISBN: 9780190215194 Oxford University Press, New York Ch. 14 pp.311-335

Rieffe, C., Netton, A., E. Broekhof and G. Veiga, The role of Environment in children’s Emotional Socialization: The Case of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children in Knoors, H. and M. Marschark (eds) Educating deaf learners : creating a global evidence base ISBN: 9780190215194 Oxford University Press, New York Ch16 pp 369-387

Session 10: Deafness and Identity

Readings:

Leigh, I. (2010) ‘Reflections on Identify’. In Marschark M. and Spencer PE. In Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, Volume 2. Oxford University Press, Chapter 13, pp. 195 – 225 *    

Ahmad, W. I. U., Atkin, K. & Jones, L. 2002. Being deaf and being other things: young Asian people negotiating identities. Social science & medicine., 55, 1757-1769.

Rich, S., Levinger, M., Werner, S. & Adelman, C. 2013. Being an adolescent with a cochlear implant in the world of hearing people: Coping in school, in society and with self identity. International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology., 77, 1337-1344.

Session 11: Working with families 

Readings: 

Young, A. (2010) ‘The impact of early identification of deafness on hearing parents’. In Marschark M. and Spencer PE. In Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education ISBN: 0195149971 (v. 1); 9780195390032 (v. 2), Volume 2. Oxford University Press, Chapter 16. pp. 241 – 250    

Jamieson, J. R., Zaidman-Zait, A., & Poon, B. (2011). Family support needs as perceived by parents of preadolescents and adolescents who are deaf or hard of hearing. Deafness and education international. ISSN: 1464-3154, 13, 3, 110-130.

Sass-Leher and A. Young Evidenced based practice in Early intervention: The proof of the Pudding is in the Eating in Marschark, M., V. Lampropoulou and E.Skordilis (eds) Diversity in deaf education ISBN: 9780190493073 £59.00 (alk. paper); 9780190493080 (ebook) Ch2 pp22-48

This list was last updated on 08/09/2017