October 8, 1999
WHY "GDA-2" IS GOOD
FOR YOUR ASL CLASS!
- Great Deaf Americans: The Second Edition is a terrific primary or supplementary textbook for your Deaf Studies/ASL classes.
- Its carefully researched, entertaining, lively, and easy to read.
- 70 chapters highlight the outstanding achievements of 77 deaf Americans representing virtually every communication mode and identity: oral-deaf, ASL-Deaf, born-deaf, early-deafened, late-deafened, Deaf of Deaf, and a variety of racial/ethnic backgrounds, too.
- Famous, not-so-famous, and all-but-forgotten achievers have been included.
- A wide variety of careers and fields, from aviation to medicine to teaching, are highlighted.
- Each chapter is illustrated with at least one carefully chosen photograph or etching. There are a total of 122 photos/portraits.
- Theres a detailed bibliography, organized by profile, to encourage further reading and research.
- An "Honorable Mention" roster lists nearly 100 additional achievers. Using this list, students can research and write their own biographies, as part of a "Deaf Awareness" or "Deaf Heritage" assignment.
- Great Deaf Americans: The Second Edition. By Matthew S. Moore and Robert F. Panara. With a foreword by Dr. Yerker Andersson. Illustrated. 512 pages. Paper, ISBN 0-9634016-6-1. Single copy: $24.95 plus $3.00 P&H. New York residents: add 8% sales tax. (Canada and abroad: $30.95, U.S. funds only.) Quantity discounts available. College bookstores: for wholesale information, contact Deaf Life Press, MSM Productions, Ltd., 1095 Meigs St., Rochester, NY 14620-2405. FAX: 716-442-6371. E-mail: email@example.com.
- World Wide Web: http://www.greatdeafamericans.com
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