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You have a student who is deaf. Now What? Tips and strategies for including a student who is deaf in your classroom

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You're a general educator. You teach high school classes. Most likely you've taught some kids with disabilities over the years. Kids who are blind or who have ADHD or who are deaf. Maybe you haven't. Perhaps this is your first year as a teacher. In any case, this year you have a student who is deaf. Maybe you have a pretty good idea what to do. More likely, you don't. It's okay. Don't feel bad if you haven't the faintest clue where to start. This book is for you.Also in this book is a checklist on how you can better include your student academically and socially.

Kelly Short
Charleston, SC: [CreateSpace], 2014. Print. (371.912 S55963y)