Literal and Inferential Reading Comprehension of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Walker, L.; Munro, J.; Rickards, F.W.
March 1998
Volta Review;Spring98, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p87
Academic Journal
Examines the reading comprehension ability of hearing impaired students. Comparison of the comprehension abilities for textual, functional and recreational text genres between normal and hearing impaired students; Differences in rates of improvement of literal and inferential scores; Requirements for comprehension of written material.


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