An Analysıs of Learnıng Englısh Vocabulary for Hearıng Impaıred Student at Dharma Bhaktı Dharma Pertıwı Specıal School 2017/2018

  • Indah Retno Puri Universitas Bandar Lampung
  • Rodiatun Rodiatun Universitas Bandar Lampung
  • Susanto Susanto Universitas Bandar Lampung
Keywords: Hearing Impaired, Students’ Learning techniques, Learning Vocabulary


This study aimed to discover the hearing impaired students’ techniques in learning English vocabulary. The hearing impaired students learned mostly differently with normal people in acquiring meaning of words. The data were acquired qualitatively. The instruments used was observation and interview at the tenth grade of hearing impaired students at Dharma Bhakti Dharma Pertiwi Special School. The result showed the various techniques used by the hearing impaired students. in conclusion, the techniques used by the students was totally different for each students depending on the rest of their hearing sense.


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How to Cite
Puri, I., Rodiatun, R., & Susanto, S. (2019). An Analysıs of Learnıng Englısh Vocabulary for Hearıng Impaıred Student at Dharma Bhaktı Dharma Pertıwı Specıal School 2017/2018. Journal of English Education Studies, 2(1), 60-66.