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reading

 [rēd´ing]
understanding of written or printed symbols representing words.
lip reading (speech reading) understanding of speech through observation of the speaker's lip movements.
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speech reading

use by people with hearing impairment of nonauditory clues as to what is being said through observing the speaker's facial expressions, lip and jaw movements, and other gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading
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speech read·ing

(spēch rēd'ing)
Use, by people with hearing impairments, of nonauditory clues as to what is being said, acquired by observing the speaker's facial expressions, lip and jaw movements, and other gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

speech read·ing

(spēch rēd'ing)
Use, by people with hearing impairments, of nonauditory clues as to what is being said, acquired by observing the speaker's facial expressions and gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Table 1 depicts that a one-way (between groups) ANOVA was conducted to know the difference in the achievement level of children with deafness in reading recognition (Urdu and English), speech reading (Urdu and English), and speech on the basis of four randomly selected deaf schools in four zones of the Punjab province.
Table 2 Multiple comparisons of reading recognition (Urdu and English), speech reading (Urdu and English), and speech on the basis of four zones
The results of ANOVA and post hoc comparisons indicated a significant difference in the mean scores of the reading recognition test (Urdu and English), speech reading test (Urdu and English), and speech test in the GDDHS in Zone IV from those in Zone I, Zone II, and Zone III.
The present study was conducted to find out transactions (instructional practices) of special education teachers in teaching speech, speech reading, reading recognition, writing, and mathematics to young children with deafness.
Most importantly, monitoring of the young children's development in the areas of speech, speech reading, reading recognition, writing, mathematics, and evaluation is needed to be conducted on sound footing.

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