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Benedictine roots in the development of deaf education

listening with the heart

by Marilyn Daniels

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Published by Bergin & Garvey in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines -- History.,
  • Deaf -- Education -- History.,
  • Teachers of the deaf -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [127]-133) and index.

    StatementMarilyn Daniels ; forewords by Joel Rippinger, Jan Hafer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV2417 .D36 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 137 p. ;
    Number of Pages137
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL985669M
    ISBN 100897895002
    LC Control Number96023711
    OCLC/WorldCa35178547

    Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: 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. book that the phenomenon of education for the masses has its roots in Christianity. The pursuit of the knowledge of God in a systematic, philosophical and in-depth way gave rise to the phenomenon of universities all around the world. It was the Christian faith that gave rise to the idea of higher learning. THE GIFT OF LITERACY.

    Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education (Westport, USA: Bergin & Garvney) Discusses from biblical era onwards, the perceptions of deafness and legal rights of deaf individuals. Argues that Pedro Ponce de Leon successfully taught deaf students to speak through the use of a monastic sign lexicon. Silence in the Exeter Book Riddles. Exemplaria, Vol. 28, Issue. 4, p. CrossRef; Google Scholar; A Survey of Sign Lexicons and Finger Alphabets Prior to the Rise of Deaf Education,” Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 2 Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education.

    D aniels, Marilyn Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education (Bergin & Garvney: Westport, USA, ) ISBN: Argues that Pedro Ponce de Leon successfully taught deaf students to speak through a monastic sign lexicon. 16th century Spanish Benedictine Monks and was meant for Christians to confess sins before they died What do deaf people find annoying when approached in public? When hearing strangers come over, acting chummy, mangled fingerspelling and butchered signs flying off their hands.


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Benedictine roots in the development of deaf education by Marilyn Daniels Download PDF EPUB FB2

"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 Cited by: 7.

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 Reviews: 1. Deaf Education Roots Stem From Benedictine Beliefs. Scranton, Pa The origins of deaf education can be traced beyond dedicated teachers such as the well-known Gallaudet family, who founded schools in America, to the religious beliefs of a 16th-century Benedictine monk in Spain.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education by Marilyn Daniels,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Marilyn Daniels. Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart narrates deaf education through Spanish and French developments, and describes the founding and history of the American institution that is still the only liberal arts university for the deaf in the world.

Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, : Marilyn Daniels. xvii, pages ; 25 cm Includes bibliographical references (pages ) 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.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: 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.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education Listening with the Heart. by Marilyn Daniels. An examination of the educational instruction of the deaf from its Benedictine beginnings to the present at Gallaudet University.

The book, "Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education," was published by Bergin & Garvey of Westport earlier this year. going right back to the roots of deaf education. Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart by Marilyn Daniels Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books, books to read, good books to read, cheap books, good books, online books, books online, book reviews epub, read books online, books to read online, online library, greatbooks to read, PDF best books to read, top.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education. Bergin & Garvey. ISBN ; Kendon, Adam (). Signs in the cloister and elsewhere.

In: Semiotica 3/4 (), pp. –; Nitschke, August (). Sign language and gesture in medieval Europe: Monasteries, courts. deaf sent to asylums, because appeared possessed. used as court jesters to humiliate and abuse Spanish Inquistion colonizing leads to great wealth in Spain, rich families start educating deaf born (high population of recessive gene) so they an speak enough to inherit.

Daniels, Marilyn Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education (Bergin & Garvney: Westport, USA, ) ISBN: Discusses from biblical era onwards, the perceptions of deafness and legal rights.

Argues that Pedro Ponce de Leon successfully taught deaf students to speak through monastic sign language. Deaf education roots stem from early Benedictine beliefs.

By Vicki Fong Public Information. The origins of deaf education can be traced beyond dedicated teachers such as the well-known Gallaudet family, who founded schools in America, to the religious beliefs of a 16th-century Benedictine monk in Spain. By Hilary Thimmesh, OSB.

When I refer to the foundations of Benedictine education I'm not thinking about curriculum or religious services, but about the broad underlying structure of ideas and attitudes that supply both the foundation and the motive for Benedictine involvement in education: the underlying way of thinking, the underlying way of looking at life, the way of living, historically.

MARILYN DANIELS is Associate Professor of Speech Communication at The Pennsylvania State University. She is the author of Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart (Bergin & Garvey, ) and numerous articles in communication education journals.

The recorded history of sign language in Western societies starts in the 17th century, as a visual language or method of communication, although references to forms of communication using hand gestures date back as far as 5th century BC Greece.

Sign language is composed of a system of conventional gestures, mimic, hand signs and finger spelling, plus the use of hand positions to. Train go sorry: Inside a deaf world.

New York: Vintage. Daniels, Marilyn. Benedictine roots in the development of deaf education: Listening with the heart. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey. Gascón Ricao, Antonio, and José Gabriel Storch de Gracia y Asensio. Historia de la educación de los sordos en España.

Madrid: Editorial. Marilyn Daniels' Benedictine Roots in the Development ofDeaf Education, however, seems a work from an earlier time. The author's central contention is that "There is a direct line in the pedagogy of [deaf education] that can be traced from the Benedictine roots of education for the deaf to the methods and procedures in place in the.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart This book is geared towards professionals and preprofessionals preparing for roles in education, psychology.

While at the Monastery of San Salvador at Oña in Burgos, Pedro Ponce de León (–84), a Benedictine monk largely credited with the origins of deaf education in Europe, began teaching deaf.

Benedictine Roots in the Development of Deaf Education: Listening with the Heart by Marilyn Daniels $Deaf education develops as Pedro Ponce de Leon, a Benedictine monk, teaches speech to people who are born deaf. (Deaf Jam, n.d.) Fig. 1. The first free school of the deaf is established in Paris, France, by Charles Michel Abbe de l'Epée.

(Blanchard, )