Oralism meaning

ôrə-lĭzəm
The theory or practice of teaching hearing-impaired or deaf persons to communicate by means of spoken language.
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The theory or practice of teaching hearing-impaired or deaf persons to communicate by means of spoken language.
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A philosophy of education for the deaf, opposed to manualism, that uses spoken language consisting of lipreading, speech, the process of watching mouth movements, and mastering breathing techniques.
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The theory or practice of teaching deaf people to communicate primarily or exclusively through lip-reading and speaking rather than signing.
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Origin of oralism

  • oral +"Ž -ism

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