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Foreign Language Instruction: Tips for Accommodating Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf Students

This training module presents information, both specific and general, about including postsecondary students with deafness and hearing impairments in foreign language classes. First, a variety of reasons for making sure that students with hearing impairments are not excluded from foreign languages are covered, including the need for improving attitudes toward language learning, improving English skills, and encouraging a heightened understanding of different cultures.

  • Author/Creator: Davis, Cheryl D. Corp Author Western Oregon Univ Monmouth Northwest Outreach Center
  • Author's address: Web site:
  • Date Published: 06-15
  • Year: 2000

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