Ipiranga College

The education system is public or particular, it always reflects the society where he is inserido’ ‘. Thus the society the one that we belong is essentially capitalist, antiethical that it has lost its values and principles in the fight for the survival and, in result, the corruption has fed the misery, and this, in turn, the violence. The inclusive education for carriers of auditory deficiency has not only had its rights embezzled, but the proper education of said pupils ‘ ‘ normais’ ‘ she has been seriously reached. The school has reflected in recent years, everything what it meets outside of it. Additional information is available at Related Group. It is integrant part of the society, therefore she reflects the society: unreliability, fear, competition, lack of preparation, discrimination. The conclusion that if arrives is that without serious investment in the education, improving the material resources, the structure of the schools, equipping them with didactic materials of last generation, computers, Internet, climatized rooms, practical lessons, with the pupils being in integral time in the school and professors with available time to teach and to study, stimulated, with awardings, to search formation continuous, and, thus, also, the formation in pounds, enabling them to take care of pupils with necessities special, – it will be impossible to get some success in the inclusive education for deficient auditory.

REFERENCES IT HISSES, Claude Lcia Rock of. Pounds: The qualification of professors for the inclusion of deaf pupils. Course of specialization in Techniques of translation and interpretation of the language of signal-Pound/Portuguese Language for the State Universidada Valley of the Acara. Belm, 2008. BLACKSMITH, Rosangela Da Silva. The interpreter of pounds and the interactive process with the deaf person. Course of specialization in Techniques of Translation and Interpretation of the language of signals Pounds/Portuguese Language for the Ipiranga College. Belm, 2008.

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