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Sign Language

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Who said "People could only learn by hearing spoken words." Aristotle
Who believed the deaf can hear and speak by writing Geronimo Cardano
He was a monk who educated deaf males of nobility Pedro Ponce
Handshapes=sounds Juan Pablo de Bonet
Father of deaf education Abbe' Charles Michel de L' Eppe
German educator for oralism. He said "People have to speak in order to fully function in a socity Samuel Heinecke
He was trained by De L' Eppet opened own school. Roch Sicard
Deaf student then became a deaf educator and came to Amarica with Gallaudet to open schools on the east cost Larent Clark
Went to London and Paris to learn signs, Methods+To educate the deaf Dr.Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet
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