December 2009
Report on Preschool Programs;Dec2009, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p4
The article offers suggestions to teachers in the U.S. on assisting hearing impaired students in preparing classroom assignments, providing communication cues to the students and reducing unnecessary noise in the classroom. Following-up after teaching to ensure students understood each lesson is suggested. Paying attention to the working of student's hearing aids as it is correlated to his participation and performance, is advised. Tips on reducing background noise, are discussed.


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