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Teaching Foreign Language to Deaf Students

The author analyzes strategies that teachers use for teaching foreign language to Deaf students in France, focusing on English teachers.
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In France, schools typically require all students to learn English as a foreign language. This includes students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Most English language teachers in France are hearing. And most have no special training on working with deaf students. The author analyzes strategies they use for teaching foreign language to deaf students. They conclude that teacher training needs improvement.

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