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Yes Deaf students play music too

Explains how teachers can help deaf and hard of hearing students learn, play, and enjoy music in the same classroom with hearing students.
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Yes Deaf students play music too. Teachers can adapt how they teach a musical instrument so that deaf and hard of students can learn how to play it–and enjoy it. This article explains different levels of hearing loss and how these might impact which instruments the student might hear best. It explains how teachers can help deaf and hard of hearing students learn, play, and enjoy music in the same classroom with hearing students. The article is very old, and it is focused on the United States,. But most of the advice is helpful in any country.

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