Many deaf and hard of hearing children today are taught in the same schools as children who can hear. This manual can help a teacher learn about teaching a deaf child in a mainstream school. The author is a Deaf adult who attended mainstream schools in the United States in the 1980s and 1990s.
The manual explains how to accommodate the needs of a deaf or hard of hearing student in a mainstream classroom. The manual also explains why some deaf or hard of hearing children may have high risk for experiencing abuse. It explains how a teacher can help. This manual is written for teachers in the United States. The process for helping a child who experiences abuse will be different in different countries.
This manual is available in PDF format. It also can be converted to Word format or Text format.
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