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Social Skill Development for Deaf Children in Mainstream School

The author of this article says a Deaf child in a mainstream school has more difficulty with social skill development and self confidence.
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The author of this article says that a Deaf child in a mainstream school will have more difficulty with social skill development and self confidence. The author explains what causes the difficulty and what coping strategies Deaf children use.

Two additional articles about Deaf children by different authors are on the same page. These additional articles also talk about social skill development and the emotional well-being of Deaf children.

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