A teacher has a ‘hearing impaired’ child in her middle school class.

A teacher has a ‘hearing impaired’ child in her middle school class. It is important for her to
(a) ask the school counsellor to talk to the child’s parents and tell them to withdraw their child from school
(b) make the child sit at a place from where she can see the teacher’s lips and facial expressions clearly
(c) keep pointing to what the child cannot do over and over again
(d) ridicule the child and make her sit separately so that she joins and institution for hearing impaired

Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 23rd February 2016 in Child Development.
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    Answer: (b) make the child sit at a place from where she can see the teacher’s lips and facial expressions clearly

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 24th February 2016.
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