LINGUIST List 17.3289|
Sun Nov 12 2006
Qs: Hearing Impaired Reading
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Hearing Impaired Reading
Message 1: Hearing Impaired Reading
From: Ben Bolton <brill_benhotmal.com>
Subject: Hearing Impaired Reading
Does anyone know of any information on the subject of hearing
impaired children with dyslexia or reading disorders?
From what I can see, there are some things out there about the way in which
hearing impaired children learn to read and the way dyslexic children learn
to read but nothing to bring the two together.
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