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Deaf Again by Mark Drolsbaugh Essay
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Well Mark Drolsbaugh experienced that first hand. He explains his story of how he dealt with his hearing loss in his novel Deaf Again. The book begins with a small child who could hear just fine, but as the story progresses he becomes hard of hearing and eventually deaf. All this happens with in a couple of years. Mark realized that he had a hearing problem in the first grade when he was presenting a toy for show and tell. Another student asked. Deaf Again is an autobiography written by Mark Drolsbaugh.
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While the workbook does not directly support sending Deaf children to Deaf schools, it is a strong supporter of Gallaudet University and the history, community, and culture created by and surrounding Gallaudet. Gallaudet itself is Deaf school, and so by supporting the only Deaf University in the world, it is in a way, supporting sending Deaf children to Deaf schools. The workbook focuses on how Gallaudet is able to be such a thriving community because it is focused on providing an excellent education experience for Deaf students.