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## The hearing-impaired students and teaching Polish on the 4th educational stage

### Aneta Całużyńska

#### Abstract

The author, using her own long-term observations and experiences from teaching Polish to deaf and hard of hearing high school students, analyses selected Polish language competences of hearing-impaired and compares them with the requirements described in the secondary school curricula. The study consists of two main parts. In the first, theoretical part, general issues about death and hard of hearing people were discussed - from the terminology, through showing reasons and directly connected with them ear impairment types, to various consequences of this sensory deficit, which to a high extent define the educational process, especially the Polish language. The second part of the work, research, constitutes an analysis of selected language competences of third grade secondary schools students from all over Poland. The results of the author's research, discussed in the second part of the study led to the conclusion that the adaptation of the education of young people with hearing impairment to their specific dysfunction should rely primarily on a thorough redrafting the content of education, especially on the fourth educational stage. The last chapter of the dissertation presents the solutions proposed methodology useful in working with hearing-impaired students, suggesting the necessary changes in the educational content for the hearingimpaired secondary school students. implying that the scope of necessary changes in the content of teaching high school students with hearing impairment.
Record ID
UAM2f29b3e1c0ac471a8b549eb06e09ddc3
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Aneta Całużyńska Aneta Całużyńska,, Undefined Affiliation
Title in Polish
Uczeń z wadą słuchu a kształcenie polonistyczne na IV etapie edukacyjnym
Title in English
The hearing-impaired students and teaching Polish on the 4th educational stage
Language
pol (pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology (SNoJiL/WFPiK/FoPaCP)
Discipline
literary studies / (humanities) / (humanities)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
1.5 literary studies
Status
Finished
Defense Date
16-06-2014
Title date
16-06-2014
Supervisor
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/10965 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
Teaching of literature, the Hearing-impaired students
Abstract in English
The author, using her own long-term observations and experiences from teaching Polish to deaf and hard of hearing high school students, analyses selected Polish language competences of hearing-impaired and compares them with the requirements described in the secondary school curricula. The study consists of two main parts. In the first, theoretical part, general issues about death and hard of hearing people were discussed - from the terminology, through showing reasons and directly connected with them ear impairment types, to various consequences of this sensory deficit, which to a high extent define the educational process, especially the Polish language. The second part of the work, research, constitutes an analysis of selected language competences of third grade secondary schools students from all over Poland. The results of the author's research, discussed in the second part of the study led to the conclusion that the adaptation of the education of young people with hearing impairment to their specific dysfunction should rely primarily on a thorough redrafting the content of education, especially on the fourth educational stage. The last chapter of the dissertation presents the solutions proposed methodology useful in working with hearing-impaired students, suggesting the necessary changes in the educational content for the hearingimpaired secondary school students. implying that the scope of necessary changes in the content of teaching high school students with hearing impairment.

Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM2f29b3e1c0ac471a8b549eb06e09ddc3/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAM2f29b3e1c0ac471a8b549eb06e09ddc3

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