Braille Analysis

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Nowadays, English language has an important role of our life. Edward Finegan summarizes this by said that “ [t]hough Chinese is spoken by a greater number of people, English is spoken around the globe and has wider dispersion than any other language” ( Finegan 1989: 77) English has about 400 million native speakers but, depending on the criterion chosen, can be said to have as many as 2 billion speakers as Crystal and David explains (March 2008), there are many people use English languageand “English is now the acknowledged lingua franca of business, science, medicine, tourism, diplomacy and more.” (Carloz, 2014) so the English language is very important for our life because it is a language in common use for communicates with foreigners …show more content…
In some cases this is true. Some people cannot use English Phonetic systems because they are disabilities. The strongest case for the importance of Braille is linked to the 'literacy argument,' which advocates that Braille allows users to learn spelling, punctuation, and gain an understanding of how text is formatted on the page. Audio books have provided an excellent additional resource for reading comprehension - but listening is not synonymous with reading and studies show that students who can read Braille tend to acquire higher literacy rates on average. (Transforming Braille Project Charter, June 2012). However nowadays there many methods for deaf and blind learn for examples they can use the Braille code to learn. Braille is use by people who are deaf or blind. As Penn says,“Braille is a system of raised dots that can be read with the fingers by people who are blind or who have low vision. Teachers, parents, and others who are not visually impaired ordinarily read braille with their eyes. Braille is not a language. Rather, it is a code by which many languages—such as English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, and dozens of others—may be written and read. Braille is used by thousands of people all over the world in their native languages, and provides a means of literacy for all.”(2016) According to Randall Pope,“Deaf-blind people can also use braille notetakers to communicate with others who don’t know braille or their communication system. Many braille notetakers can be connected with personal digital assistants (PDAs) that are commonly used by others.” (2011) . Although each deaf and blind do not have completely bodies buy they have many ways to learn about English Phonetic systems for develop English skill. Deaf can listen the pronunciations of phonetics alphabet from record or learning

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