What the Mother of a Deaf Child Ought to Know
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What the Mother of a Deaf Child Ought to Know

By John Dutton Wright
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  • WHAT THE MOTHER OF A DEAF CHILD OUGHT TO KNOW
    • BY
    • JOHN DUTTON WRIGHT
      • FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL OF THE WRIGHT ORAL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, NEW YORK CITY; COLLABORATOR OF "THE LARYNGO- SCOPE" AND THE "VOLTA REVIEW"; DIRECTOR OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION TO PROMOTE THE TEACHING OF SPEECH TO THE DEAF; AUTHOR OF "EDUCA- TIONAL NEEDS OF THE DEAF," FOR THE GUIDANCE OF PHYSICIANS
      • NEW YORK
    • FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL OF THE WRIGHT ORAL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, NEW YORK CITY; COLLABORATOR OF "THE LARYNGO- SCOPE" AND THE "VOLTA REVIEW"; DIRECTOR OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION TO PROMOTE THE TEACHING OF SPEECH TO THE DEAF; AUTHOR OF "EDUCA- TIONAL NEEDS OF THE DEAF," FOR THE GUIDANCE OF PHYSICIANS
    • NEW YORK
    • FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY
      • PUBLISHERS
        • Copyright, 1915, by
      • Copyright, 1915, by
      • Frederick A. Stokes Company
        • All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign languages
        • March, 1915
      • All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign languages
      • March, 1915
      • TO MY WIFE
        • AT WHOSE SUGGESTION THIS LITTLE BOOK WAS WRITTEN IN ORDER THAT MOTHERS MAY DO ALL IN THEIR POWER FOR THEIR DEAF CHILDREN
      • AT WHOSE SUGGESTION THIS LITTLE BOOK WAS WRITTEN IN ORDER THAT MOTHERS MAY DO ALL IN THEIR POWER FOR THEIR DEAF CHILDREN
    • PUBLISHERS
      • Copyright, 1915, by
    • Copyright, 1915, by
    • Frederick A. Stokes Company
      • All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign languages
      • March, 1915
    • All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign languages
    • March, 1915
    • TO MY WIFE
      • AT WHOSE SUGGESTION THIS LITTLE BOOK WAS WRITTEN IN ORDER THAT MOTHERS MAY DO ALL IN THEIR POWER FOR THEIR DEAF CHILDREN
    • AT WHOSE SUGGESTION THIS LITTLE BOOK WAS WRITTEN IN ORDER THAT MOTHERS MAY DO ALL IN THEIR POWER FOR THEIR DEAF CHILDREN
    • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE
  • WHAT THE MOTHER OF A DEAF CHILD OUGHT TO KNOW
    • (Mothers are strongly advised to read the Preface)
    • I
      • Facing the Facts
    • Facing the Facts
    • II
      • How Shall the Mother Begin Her Part of the Work?
    • How Shall the Mother Begin Her Part of the Work?
    • III
      • How Shall the Mother Get into Communication with her Deaf Child?
    • How Shall the Mother Get into Communication with her Deaf Child?
    • IV
      • What About the Baby's Speech?
    • What About the Baby's Speech?
    • V
      • Developing the Mental Faculties
    • Developing the Mental Faculties
    • VI
      • Developing the Lungs
    • Developing the Lungs
    • VII
      • The Cultivation of Creative Imagination
    • The Cultivation of Creative Imagination
    • VIII
      • Further Tests of Hearing
    • Further Tests of Hearing
    • IX
      • The Development of Residual Hearing
    • The Development of Residual Hearing
    • X
      • Developing the Power of Lip Reading
    • Developing the Power of Lip Reading
    • XI
      • Forming Character
    • Forming Character
    • XII
      • Cultivating the Social Instinct
    • Cultivating the Social Instinct
    • XIII
      • Something About Schools and Methods
    • Something About Schools and Methods
    • XIV
      • The Preservation of Speech
        • WHEN DEAFNESS RESULTS FROM ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS AFTER INFANCY
      • WHEN DEAFNESS RESULTS FROM ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS AFTER INFANCY
    • The Preservation of Speech
      • WHEN DEAFNESS RESULTS FROM ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS AFTER INFANCY
    • WHEN DEAFNESS RESULTS FROM ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS AFTER INFANCY
    • XV
      • Teaching Lip Reading
    • Teaching Lip Reading
    • XVI
      • School Age
    • School Age
    • XVII
      • Organized Efforts by Parents to Obtain Better Educational Conditions
    • Organized Efforts by Parents to Obtain Better Educational Conditions
    • XVIII
      • A Personal Matter for Each Parent
    • A Personal Matter for Each Parent
    • XIX
      • Day Schools
    • Day Schools
    • XX
      • The Deaf Child at Five Years of Age
    • The Deaf Child at Five Years of Age
    • XXI
      • Schools for the Hearing and Private Governesses
    • Schools for the Hearing and Private Governesses
    • XXII
      • Importance of the Beginning
    • Importance of the Beginning
    • XXIII
      • Avoid the Young and Inexperienced Teacher
    • Avoid the Young and Inexperienced Teacher
    • XXIV
      • On Entering School
      • The First Year at School
    • On Entering School
    • The First Year at School
    • XXV
      • During the School Period
    • During the School Period
    • XXVI
      • During Vacation
    • During Vacation
    • XXVII
      • SOME NOTS
    • SOME NOTS
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