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Teaching and Evaluating The Performance in Vernacular (Gujarati ) Sign Language for The Deaf & Dumb Community

National Journal of System and Information Technology

Volume 5 Issue 1

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: Naren S. Burade, Arvind. G. Patel
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Learning the names of the surrounding objects like table, ball, cat etc. by the deaf and dumb children of age group of 3 to 10 years is a difficult task as compared to the normal children. These children have disability in hearing and therefore they cannot speak. Making them understand about the things around them under such condition becomes a challenge for the family who owe such child. A blind child, though, equally challenged, has only one disability. But the Deaf and the dumb child have the two, which puts the society at large in a challenging state to give them a status to live like a normal child. To really understand their feelings, one has to be like them for a moment. Educating the Deaf and Dumb (D&D) child is again more challenging because the normal method of teaching no longer works. Present work intends to implement Information Technology (IT) to build and support the teaching and learning process by incorporating graphics, animations and videos. An evaluation method helps to ascertain the level of understanding by a child.

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