Rola biblioteki szkolnej w rozwijaniu kompetencji czytelniczych uczniów niesłyszących
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Shaping and developing reading competencies are among the most important tasks of teachers and educators who work with deaf students. School libraries play a special role in this regard. The intention of the author is to show the level of reading competencies of deaf primary-school and middle-school pupils, and to present measures undertaken by teachers-librarians in order to develop them. Therefore, in March 2014, a questionnaire survey was conducted in libraries at learning centres for deaf children in Poland. Teachers-librarians spoke about deaf students’ skills in the use of libraries, the search and selection of appropriate books, the use of the printed word, remembering content and the practical use of books. In addition, the study included issues related to a wider educational work of a school library, aimed to support the development of reading competencies of students. Based on the research material, conclusions have been drawn regarding the level of deaf students’ reading competencies and measures that should be taken by teachers-librarians in shaping and developing the above-mentioned skills in the specific group of readers, i.e. children with hearing loss.
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