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Deaf Students Can be Great Readers!
B. Luetke-Stahlman
Modern Sign Press
Deaf Education Resources
DHH Resource

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No topic is as frequently debated, nor as hotly argued, as that of literacy in deaf children. Many approaches have been tried, and every approach has both adherents and its success well as its detractors and its failures. In spite of this attention, the problem of literacy for deaf children has refused to go away. In this book, a great deal of information on literacy in general and specifically in regards to deaf children is examined, summarized, and discussed by an educator/researcher in deaf education and an educator/researcher in regular education.

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