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by Marilyn Daniels

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0897895002
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Marilyn Daniels
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Praeger; 1st edition (January 28, 1997)
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160 pages
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Benedictine Roots in the. As a Benedictine steeped in the monastic tradition of which the sixteenth century Spanish monk Pedro Ponce de Leon, first teacher of the deaf, was imbued, I "heard" many resonances between the care of the deaf through the centuries and the monastic care of persons in the Rule of Benedict, in Marilyn Daniels' book. -Sister Mary Forman, OSB President, American Benedictine.

Xvii, 137 pages ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-133) and index

Xvii, 137 pages ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-133) and index. Jewish and Christian beliefs - Benedictine roots and Pedro Ponce de León - Juan Pablo Bonet and Simplification of the letters of the alphabet and method of teaching deaf mutes to speak - Charles Michael de l'Epée and the French National Institute for the Deaf - Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and the American School for the Deaf -. Edward Miner Gallaudet and Gallaudet University - Present pedagogy and consonance with Benedictine roots.

Examining the educational instruction of the deaf individual from its Benedictine beginnings to its present condition at Gallaudet University, this book traces the historical pedagogical affinity among Pedro Ponce de Leon, Juan Pablo Bonet, Charles Michael de l'Epee, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Edward Miner Gallaudet

The essence of this Spanish Benedictine monk's methods and manner of teaching have been continued by those who .

The essence of this Spanish Benedictine monk's methods and manner of teaching have been continued by those who succeeded him. The author traces this development from Spain through France and then to the United States. Examining the educational instruction of the deaf individual from its Benedictine beginnings to its present condition at Gallaudet University, this book traces the historical pedagogical affinity among Pedro Ponce de Léon, Juan Pablo Bonet, Charles Michael de l'Epée, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Edward Miner Gallaudet.

Recommend this journal. History of Education Quarterly.

She is the author of Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart (Bergin & Garvey, 1997) and numerous articles in communication education journals.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education. When the Mind Hears. New York: Vintage Books, 1984. French-America Foundation

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education. London: Bergin & Garvey, 1997. French-America Foundation. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press, 1994.

Deaf Heritage tracks the development of the Deaf community both chronologically and by significant subjects. The initial chapter treats the critical topics of early attempts at deaf education, the impact of Deaf and Black deaf teachers, the establishment of schools for the deaf, and the founding of Gallaudet College.

I will listen to my sisters-listen to their faces. I will listen at the windows of their souls. The bus sputters to an unscheduled stop by the side of the freeway. The driver stands to face us and his lips move. He takes some orange traffic cones from a box under his seat and goes outside. With no wind coming through the windows, the heat of fifty living bodies in close quarters suddenly asserts itself. The two talking sisters are too caught up in the general annoyance to continue jumping on the third one, and she has withdrawn to a place where one must write poetry or go insane. I am listening as her eyes reach to some distant pain outside the bus-beyond the heat.

Examining the educational instruction of the deaf individual from its Benedictine beginnings to its present condition at Gallaudet University, this book traces the historical pedagogical affinity among Pedro Ponce de Léon, Juan Pablo Bonet, Charles Michael de l'Epée, Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Edward Miner Gallaudet. The author provides the historical and philosophical basis for Jewish and Christian beliefs concerning the condition of deafness and then introduces Ponce de Léon, credited as being the first teacher of the deaf. The essence of this Spanish Benedictine monk's methods and manner of teaching have been continued by those who succeeded him. The author traces this development from Spain through France and then to the United States.