Activity of the Association for the Education and Welfare of Hearing Impaired Inc. Japan, and the Present Status of Deafness Education
In late 19th century Tashiro Furukawa who was an elementary schoolteacher in Kyoto looked after the deaf children, he taught characters and names by his own gesture. Since the children excelled in the ability to understand and memorize them he felt confident in his teaching and he opened a school for the blind and the dumb in 1878.
KeywordsSign Language Deaf Child High School Level Elementary Schoolteacher Enterprise Activity
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