References Supporting Fairview Learning Strategies
Our latest article is now available online from http://ojs.academypublisher.com/index.php/tpls/issue/archive.
Utilizing Fairview as a Bilingual Response to Intervention (RTI): Comprehensive Curriculum Review with Supporting Data. Melissa Ausbrooks-Rusher, Connie Schimmel, Sandra Edwards
The progress documented by students in our initial study was published in the October 1999 issue of the American Annals of the Deaf. ( Schimmel, C., Edwards, S, & Prickett, H. (1999) Reading?…Pah! (I got it.) American Annals of the Deaf, 144 (4), 298-308.)
Another earlier article was published in Odyssey. (Schimmel, C. & Edwards, S. (2003) Literacy strategies for the classroom: putting Bi-Bi theory into practice. Odyssey, Volume 5, Issue 2, 58-63.
Numerous studies support the strategies and theories behind Fairview’s approach to reading. If you wish to download references, click here. By no means is the list exhaustive. We continue to add references.
- Andrews, J.F., Ferguson, C., Roberts, S. Hodges, P. (1997). What’s up Billy Jo? Deaf children and bilingual-bicultural instruction in East-Central Texas. American Annals of the Deaf, 142(1), 16-25.
- Andrews, J.F. & Rusher, M. (2011). Codeswitching techniques: evidence-based instructional practices for the ASL/English bilingual classroom. American Annals of the Deaf, 155(4), 407-424.
- Andrews, J.F., Winograd, P., & DeVille, G. (1994). Deaf children reading fables: Using ASL summaries to improve reading comprehension. American Annals of the Deaf, 139(3), 378-386.
- Ausbrooks, M. (2007). Predictors of reading success among deaf bilinguals: Examining the relationship between American Sign Language and English. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Beaumont, TX: Lamar University.
- DeLana, M. (2004). The impact of ASL/English bilingual education on public school students who are deaf/hard-of-hearing. An unpublished thesis. Beaumont, TX: Lamar University.
- DeLana, M., Gentry, M., & Andrews, J. (2007). The efficacy of ASL/English bilingual education: Investigating public schools. American Annals of the Deaf, 152(1), 73-87.
- Dimling, L. (2011), Conceptually based vocabulary intervention: second graders’ development of vocabulary words. American Annals of the Deaf, 155(4), 425-448.
- Hoffmeister, R., Philip, M., Costello, P., & Grass, W. (1997). Evaluating American Sign Language in deaf children: ASL influences on reading with a focus on classifiers, plurals, verbs of motion and location. In J. Mann (Ed.), Proceedings of Deaf Studies V Conference, Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University.
- Hoffmeister, R. J. (2000). A piece of the puzzle: ASL and reading comprehension in deaf children. In C. Chamberlain, J. P. Morford & R. Mayberry (Eds.), Language acquisition by eye (pp. 143-163). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.
- Haptonstall-Nykaza, T. S., & Schick, B. (2007). The transition from fingerspelling to English print: Facilitating English decoding. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12 (2), 172-183.
- Kuntze, M. (2004). Literacy acquisition and deaf children: A study of the interaction between ASL and written English. An unpublished dissertation. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.
- Li, Y. (2005). The effects of the bilingual strategy- preview, view, review- on the comprehension of science concepts by deaf ASL/English and hearing Mexican- American Spanish/English bilingual students. An unpublished dissertation. Beaumont, TX: Lamar University.
- Mayberry, R. (1989, April). Deaf children’s reading comprehension in relation to sign language structure and input. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Kansas City.
- Mayberry, R. (1994). The importance of childhood to language acquisition: Evidence from American Sign Language. In J.C. Goodman & H. C. Nusbaum (Eds.), The development of speech perception (pp. 60-89). Cambridge, NY: MIT Press.
- Mayberry, R., Chamberlain, C., Waters, G., & Doehring, D. (1999). Reading development in relations to singed language input and structure. Manuscript in preparation.
- Nover, S., Andrews, J., Baker, S., Everhart, V., & Bradford, M. (2002). Staff development in ASL/English bilingual instruction for deaf students: Evaluation and impact study. USDLC Star Schools project report no. 5. Retrieved May 16, 2005, from http://www.nmsd.k12.nm.us/caeber/documents/year5.p...
- Padden, C. & Ramsey, C. (2000). American Sign Language and reading in deaf children. In C. Chamberlain, J. P. Morford & R. Mayberry (Eds.), Language acquisition by eye (pp. 165-163). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.
- Prinz, P. & Strong, M. (1998). ASL proficiency and English literacy within a bilingual deaf education model of instruction. Topics in Language Disorders, 18(4), 47-60.
- Prinz, P. & Strong, M. (2000). Is American Sign Language skill related to English literacy? In C. Chamberlain, J. P. Morford & R. Mayberry (Eds.), Language acquisition by eye (pp. 131-141). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.
- Rittenhouse, B., Jenkins, M., & Dancer, J. (2002). Defining the journey: Comparing comprehension in American Sign Language and Signed English storytelling. Odyssey, Winter 2002, 28-29.
- Schimmel, C. S., Edwards, S. G., & Prickett, H. T. (1999). Reading? … Pah! (I got it!): Innovative reading techniques for successful deaf readers. American Annals of the Deaf, 144(4), 298-308.
- Schimmel, C. & Edwards, S. (2003) Literacy Strategies for the classroom, Putting Bi-Bi theory into practice. Odyssey, Volume 5 Issue 1, 58 – 63.
- Singleton, J.L, Supalla, S., Litchfield, S., Schley, S. (1998). From sign to word: Considering modality constraints in ASL/English bilingual education. Topics in Language Disorders, 18(4), 16-29.
- Smith, A. (2007). The performance of deaf students on the Test of American Sign Language Abilities—Receptive (TASLA-R). An unpublished dissertation. Beaumont, TX: Lamar University.
- Wolfe, P. & Sorgen, M. (1990). Mind, memory, and learning. Napa, California.