Course Outline Design for Acoustically Challenged Pakistani Students
Keywords:Acoustically Challenged, Course Outline, Need Analysis, Pakistani Deaf Students
The needs analysis technique is applied in this study to the current curriculum for children with acoustic challenges in Pakistan. The Lahore district has chosen two public schools to study the issues and requirements of deaf students. Data has been gathered using a mixed-method approach, and the results' viability has been verified. A point-five Likert scale survey was used to collect the quantitative data from the sample of forty teachers. In contrast, qualitative information was gathered through focus groups with eight instructors and parents in order to confirm the qualitative findings. The results of this study have given rise to differing opinions among parents and educators on the challenges experienced by deaf pupils. They have additionally brought awareness to the syllabus's shortcomings, gaps, demands, and desires. The research has identified the deficiencies of the existing course curriculum for students with acoustic challenges and highlighted that instructors have encountered challenges when educating deaf students.
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