A Review on the Teaching and Learning Resources for the Deaf Community in Malaysia
Ow, Siew Hock, and Salimah Mokhtar, and Roziati Zainuddin, (2007) A Review on the Teaching and Learning Resources for the Deaf Community in Malaysia. Chiang Mai University Journal of Natural Sciences, 1 (1). pp. 1-12.
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University of Malaya, Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology
At present, there are more than 26,500 deaf people in Malaysia whose main mode of communication with other hearing people is via the Malaysian Sign Language. ere is a lack of teaching and learning aids to assist the deaf community in the learning process as well as for those who are interested to learn Malaysian Sign Language. is paper reviews some of the teaching and learning resources that are available for the deaf community in Malaysia. More efforts in publishing and developing teaching materials for the deaf community are required to help bridge the communication gap between them and the hearing community.
|Keywords:||Teaching and learning resources, Deaf community, Malaysia.|
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