Through Deaf Eye
By Joshua Curtis
Instructor: Anisa Guy Class: ASL103-05
Through Deaf Eye let me seriously see how the Deaf culture sees the world. The video i want to appreciate the hard of hearing culture the understand that better. Hard of hearing people endured many struggles through the years although opportunities for these people are developing more and more. Just how hearing watch Deaf tradition is becoming a growing number of accepting. Parents of deaf children need to face many tough decisions on how to support their child flourish in life. When I look at a deaf person or hard of hearing person, We look at them a lot several now than I did developing up. Through my level school years our institution had particular classes for individuals with impediments and problems. We had one particular student named Josh (He was hard of hearing), who traveled to our college for a couple of years. He would head to his special class in the morning and then join the regular course later in the day. Josh was one of the initial hard of hearing people I have ever met. This individual seemed regular but We associated him as using a handicap or disability because he went to the " special classвЂќ. So from there I associated hard of hearing people since having a probleme. Josh might occasionally obtain special treatment because I do think people believed bad for him because he was hard of hearing. I remember him creating a portable microphone that had to be passed around to everybody who talked or else this individual couldn't notice. I know you could be wondering where I'm going with this since it is not about the movie, yet after watching Through Hard of hearing Eyes, it took me back in elementary school and let me see what your life was like through his sight.
I know Josh battled through college because he planned to fit in with the rest of the class that was hearing. He don't want to be cured different than other folks but he had to be treated special in ways in order to be in a position to hear the teacher or other learners. I may ever remember Josh having very many close friends in school and I...