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Languages seen are languages used: The linguistic landscapes of early childhood centres
'Linguistic landscapes' is the term used to describe all the visible language in signs and displays seen in particular areas such as a local street and, more recently, educational spaces (Gorter, 2017; Landry and Bourhis, 1997).
Designing For The Deaf: The Potential Of Technology Supported Social Skills Training Interventions For D/Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Students.
Technology-supported social communication and pragmatics training for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) students is an important avenue of research. In this paper we describe some key challenges that DHH students face, ...
Visibility of language diversity in the educational settings of 4 to 6-year-old multilingual children
An important way to value and support language diversity and multilingualism is to include children’s languages and related cultural artefacts in their linguistic landscapes. Languages visible in both the physical and ...