Specific Features of Speech in Children with Hearing Impairment

Anvarova Dilfuza Akromjonovna, Azizova Dilnora Gaynutdinovna

Abstract


This article highlights the speech characteristics of hearing-impaired individuals and the specificity of their ability to master speech, as well as the methods they use to express their speech. It has been shown that speech is also important in the lives of people with hearing impairments, requiring special research from educators in order for them to master speech.


Keywords


Correction, Deafness, Hearing Impaired Children, Speech, Deaf Pedagogue, Educator, Specialized Institution, Auditory Perception, Dactyl, Gestures, Facial Expressions, Education.

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