“Method of Teaching the Deaf” by Mirza Jabbar Asgarzadeh, known as Jabbar Baghcheban, was the first book for speech training for Iranian deaf students.
Baghcheban was born to Iranian parents in Yerevan, Armenia, in 1884. After World War I, he moved to Iran’s East Azerbaijan province and started work as a teacher.
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