This The History of the American School for the Deaf lesson plan also includes:
To better understand the significance and history of the American School for the Deaf, hearing-impaired learners conduct research, hold discussions, and write a play. The instructional activity spans three class periods and allows the class to explore deaf culture and history by engaging them in several hands-on and discussion-based activities that can be completed in ASL or Standard English.
- Each plan builds upon the one before to facilitate a complete understanding
- Multiple intelligences and modes of communication are encouraged to promote complete and active engagement
- Multiple field trip and homework ideas are included to enhance the learning experience