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Cape Town-130910-Helen Zille and Donald Grant visited the Del la Bat School for the Deaf in Worcester today.The school is the first to successfully impliment a carriculum for sign language.
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Steyn said teachers had previously struggled to teach their pupils about certain topics because there were no signs for certain words.
Five schools in the province - De la Bat School in Worcester, Nuwe Hoop School in Worcester, Dominican School for the Deaf: Wittebome in Wynberg, Mary Kihn School in Observatory and Noluthando School in Khayelitsha - participated in the pilot and would expand on it next year.
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Alcohol-related deaths comprise 6.1% of all deaths in the country; it has been estimated that 6.2% of disability can be attributed to alcohol.
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He cautioned that the department should avoid changing signs and said deaf teaching assistants needed to be employed and trained to be qualified, as they were better equipped to teach the language and were first language users.
Druchen said the Department should have consulted Deaf SA on the training provided for teachers at the recent South African sign language curriculum and assessment policy statements training.
Aiding in this effort, the WPD is enhancing its use of social media and integrating Web 2.0 tools in order to connect and communicate directly with the public.