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Title: Modes of Communication and Academic Performance of Learners with Hearing Impairments in Mbeere District, Kenya: A Case Study of St. Luke’s School for the Deaf
Authors: Njiru, Charles Bernard
Keywords: Modes of Communication and Academic Performance
Learners with Hearing Impairments
Mbeere District, Kenya
St. Luke’s School for the Deaf
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Publisher: Kampala International University, school of special needs education
Abstract: This study investigated the impact of modes of communication on academic performance of learners with hearing impairments. The paper is made up of five chapters. Chapter one: The researcher has looked at the background of the problem, statement of the problem, the theory, objectives, research questions set to investigate more on the problem and the significance of the study. Chapter two: The researcher looked at what others have researched on ~o come up with the literature i.e., categories, causes of hearing impairment, modes of communication, among others. Chapter three: It specified the research methodology, respondents, and statistical treatment of data, research environment, data collection procedures and others. Chapter four: It is the analysis and interpretation of data got from the field. It looked into views of respondents concerning issues like, categories of hearing impairment, causes of hearing impairment, modes of communication of such learners and the impact of communication modes on the learning of learners. Chapter five: This dealt with the discussions, conclusions and recommendations. The researcher discussed the findings, made the conclusions, recommendations and suggested future areas of study
Description: A research Report submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning Kampala International University In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the Degree of Bachelors in Special Needs Education
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/2642
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