Teaching Hearing Parents to Read Effectively to Their Children Who Are Deaf

Lartz, Maribeth N.
May 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p43
Academic Journal
Presents tips on how hearing parents can read effectively and teach their children who are deaf. Adapting strategies of deaf parents during shared readings; Use of visual strategies for reading; Ways by which teachers can support parents in the use of the said strategy; Comparison of the reading behavior of deaf and hearing parents.


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