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Strategies for Teaching Deaf University Students

Learn strategies for teaching and communicating with Deaf university students in the same classroom with hearing students.
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This article explains strategies for teaching Deaf university students in the same classroom with hearing students. It explains how to communicate with Deaf or hard of hearing students who lip-read well. It also explains how to work with a sign language interpreter or with a person who types captions for the Deaf person. The article guides teachers in how to enable deaf or hard of hearing students to participate effectively in small group discussions.

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