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Deafness and Communication Skills in Mongolia and Nepal

This article describes research about deafness and communication skills in Mongolia and Nepal. It tells the stories of deaf children growing.
Two students are sitting on top of their desks so that they can face each other. They are both looking toward the teacher who stands in between them. One child is moving his hands. A blackboard is on the wall behind the teacher.

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This article describes research about deafness and communication skills in Mongolia and Nepal. It tells the stories of a few deaf children in Mongolia and Nepal and how they grew up and learned how to communicate. It describes the schools they attended and how the schools taught deaf children. 

Author Birgit Dyssegaard wrote this article in 1998.

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