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From Language Acquisition of Deaf Children to Sign Bilingualism &Co-enrollment in Deaf Education:Language Science Research and Knowledge Transfer

Deng Huilan;Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies,Chinese University of Hong Kong;Research and Technology Centre of Language and Communication Disorder,Shenzhen Research Institute,Chinese University of Hong Kong;  
For the last thirty or forty years,the study of contemporary linguistics has been expanded to cover both spoken language and signed language.The emergence of sign linguistics has triggered a lot of interest in how deaf children acquire language,to the extent that the findings have begun to impact the ways and means of language disorders assessment,language therapy,or even language in deaf education.All these developments reflect the fundamental philosophy and value of scientific research,which is to push the frontiers of research at the same time to transfer knowledge of research findings to benefit and to satisfy the needs of the society.In this paper,we will focus on how the research findings of sign linguistics and language acquisition of deaf children have led to an important reformulation of deaf education practices-sign bilingualism in deaf education.
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