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Teaching Deaf Dancers

This article explains what strategies were most successful in teaching deaf dancers how to dance, including visual demonstration.
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This article describes a case study of a class that taught a group of Deaf dancers. It explains what strategies were most successful in teaching Deaf dancers how to dance. This includes visual demonstrations, teaching rhythm visually, and other strategies.

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