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Strategies for Teaching Deaf Children

This article can help teachers with strategies for teaching deaf children literacy skills. Some of the advice may be useful in any country.
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This article guides teachers in strategies for teaching deaf children literacy skills. Most of its advice is for U.S. teachers. However, the bullet points at the end may be useful in many countries.

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