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Using Projects to Teach Language to Deaf Students

This handbook can help teachers use projects to teach language to Deaf students. It is written by a teacher from Botswana, Neo Tshani Mafunye, who participated in a Fulbright exchange program in the U.S.
This image shows the cover of the handbook entitled "Alternative Assessment Techniques for Students who are Deaf: English Language Project-Based Learning in Deaf Education". Above the title, it shows the logo for the Fulbright Distinguished Award for Teaching. Below the Fulbright logo are the logos for the U.S. Department of State, the University of Indiana, and one more logo not identified.

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This handbook can help teachers use projects to teach language to Deaf students. It advocates for collaboration between English Language teachers and Computer Studies teachers. It is written by a teacher of Deaf students in Botswana, Neo Tshani Mafunye. The teacher participated in a Fulbright Award for Distinguished Teachers exchange program in the U.S.

The text in this PDF file is mostly accessible for people using screen reading software. However, images do not use alternative text descriptions for people who cannot see. Most images come with a caption that provides the most important information. One graph on page 46 shows an inverted pyramid. The broad base is labeled, “Most news worthy information: who? what? where? why? how?”. The middle layer says “important details”. The pointed tip of the pyramid says “Other general information, background information”.

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