Reading For Deaf Children

Hands talk and in their particular language, transmit stories. Through narration from sign language (LSE), they allow the children and girls with hearing impaired access to culture on equal terms. They are a vehicle for creating the reading habit. Sign language, language of books, says a campaign driven by the CNSE Foundation for the removal of the barriers of communication.The books moved to magical worlds. They are the first step to create the habit of reading and keep awake the interest of children. Books are culture. A wealth of experiences that enrich the imagination, the vocabulary and the mode of expression.

A tool that should be within the reach of all people, as is proposed by the CNSE Foundation for the removal of the barriers of communication. Through a campaign of promoting reading pursues get good and new deaf readers. It has an ally: the sign language.More than 400.00 people in Spain are they communicate in sign language. Since 2003, the CNSE Foundation seeks to instruments that encourage reading among all of them. In particular between deaf children. The campaign that now drives, sign language, language books, continuing this trajectory.

It seeks to encourage cultural and educational agents, associative entities and families so that they foster the habit of reading. Narration in sign language opens doors to the world of the book to all persons who are deaf, large and small, allowing us to enter and that this between us, they explain from the Foundation. Work in family so far, this initiative has resulted in several children’s stories written in sign language: the adventures of Pippi Longstocking, Pepe Cuentacuentos and other stories and the adventures of Don Quixote: Don Quixote approaching the deaf children. The latter contains a DVD that tells the story of the hidalgo – LSE – adapted to two levels of age, 3 to 6 and 6 to 8 years, and is They include various activities to perform with the help of the book.