Deaf Equipment Images

Deaf Awareness Week

See how the deaf speak
See how the deaf live
See how the deaf learn
See how the deaf work
See how we communicate
Deaf Culture

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See how the ear works…
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Reference:
SOURCES:WEBPAGE: “Fact Sheet: How the Ear Works.” American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.  <http://www.entnet.org/HealthInformation/earWorks.cfm&gt;.
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Hi my name is Sheryl. I am a Humanitarian, Blogger, and a gardener. I love all music, but reggae more so. I cannot tell you everything about me here, so follow me on facebook: http://facebook.com/sheryl.stark and on twitter @givingirl. One Love.
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2 Responses to Deaf Equipment Images

  1. deafusa says:

    People of different dialect have accents to the tone of their voices that can be traced to a culture background. It is the same with those who are deaf and can speak. Most of them speak without consonants – why? Because they cannot hear the consonant. Fricative sounds have no power as do the vowels sounds. Most of those with hearing loss cannot hear the fricative sounds and it is these sounds that are most important to speech understanding. We repeat what we hear.

    • Sheryl Stark says:

      Thank you so much for stopping by. It’s funny we were just talking about how deaf persons writes and why. This is another amazing piece of information and I am so happy because of how unique these folks are. Thanks again!

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