Deaf school producing DVD about Deaf experience with WWII



The Miyakonojo Sakura School for the Deaf advances work of DVD which summarized the Deaf persons' war experience.
(photo:
http://www.the-miyanichi.co.jp/)




May 13, 2012 
 
The Miyazaki Prefecture Miyakonojo Sakura School for the Deaf (48 students) in Miyakonojo City located in the southern island of Japan is tackling a DVD project related to the Deaf persons' war experience.

The DVD which is due to be completed by the end of May will be used not only in classroom, but also for public-oriented education.

The DVD project has been chosen to be funded by the Panasonic Educational Foundation of Tokyo, and 500,000 yen will be presented at the ceremony in Tokyo on May 25.

The school has finished interviews to the Deaf persons in the city about their experience with the Pacific War, and is working on edition and caption of the DVD.


Japanese original article:
http://www.the-miyanichi.co.jp/contents/index.php?itemid=45740

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