THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRODUCTION OF A DEAF STUDENT - A CASE STUDY

Priscilla Hasstenteufel

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This article describes the research that sought to understand if the teaching materials, electronic or not, are in accordance to the necessities of the deaf student. This question became the main goal of my investigation and its enlightenment is divided in specific goals: identifying kinds of teaching activities/linguistic aspects that present difficulty to the deaf student; and identifying kinds of teaching activities/linguistic aspects that do not present difficulty to the deaf student. The applied methodology is qualitative descriptive, oriented to the case study. This research has its explanation in the necessity of deepening the knowledge in this lacking area that demands more studies, that is the work with students with special needs, or in this specific context, the deaf student. The acquisition of a second language was my theoretical support in the research as well as in this article. According to the studied authors, the second language acquisition spans both external and internal factors of the student’s life and is influenced by the theory of education that the teacher adopts in his/her pedagogical practice.

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