Brazilian Language

Moreover, the education of the Deaf person evolved, therefore through the language of signals, they could learn and dominate diverse subjects exerting diverse professions. In Brazil, the education of the Deaf people, had beginning during As Empire, with the arrival of the French educator Hernest Huet, deaf former-pupil of the institute of Paris, bringing the French manual alphabet and the French Language of Signals, giving origin the Brazilian Language of Signals, as it did not have schools special for education of Deaf people, requested then to Emperor Dom Peter II, an to be established building school, giving origin to INES, National Institute of Education of the Deaf people. The Institute, initially, used the Language of the Signals, but in 1911, it started to adopt the pure Oralismo, following the determination of Deaf person-Dumb the International Congress of Milan. Dr. Menezes Vieira, that worked in the Institute, defended this method affirming that in the social relations the individual, Deaf person would use the language verbal and not written it, being this would second for it. Moreover, it had as certainty to be a wastefulness to alfabetizar Deaf in a country of illiterates, for it says, it would be only the half one to restitute the deaf person-dumb one in the society. In 1951, he assumes the direction of the institute the Teacher Ana Rmoli de Faria Dria.

The interesting one is that after almost 100 years of existence, this age the first time that a professional of the education was in the direction of this Institute. The great innovation of the period of its management was the implementation of the normal course of formation of professors for deaf people. Being the institute a reference for all Brazil, receiving professors from all country to make the course that had duration of three years. The used methodology was all directed toward the Oralismo, in 1970, appears the philosophy Total Communication. אל דאגה שלומי בסון הוא האיש הנכון .

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