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Article Index by Subject American Sign Language —The American Sign Language/English Studies Project: A Progress Report, 330 —Self Assessment of a Sign Language Program, 349 Disabilities in Addition to Deafness —The CHARGE Association: Implications for Teachers, 36 —Interpreting for Deaf-Blind Students: Factors to Consider, 226 —New Tests for Identifying Hearing-Impaired Students with Visual Perceptual Deficits: Relationship Between Deficits and Ability to Comprehend Sign Language, 336 Language Development —TDD Conversations: A Context for Language Sampling and Analysis, 19 —The Language Experience Approach: Its Use with Young Hearing-Impaired Students, 223 —Documentation Syntactically and Semantically Incomplete Bimodal Input to Hearing-Impaired Subjects, 230 —I See What You Mean: Nonverbal Communication Strategies of Young Deaf Children, 270 — A Computer-Mediated Text System to Develop Communication Skills for Hearing-Impaired Students, 280 —Metalinguistic Abilities of Young Hearing-Impaired Children: Performance on a Judgment of Synonymy Task, 325 Mental Health —Responses of Deaf High School Students to an "Attitudes Toward Alcohol" Scale: A National Survey, 199 —Developing and Enhancing a Positive Self-Concept in Deaf Children, 255 —The Structure of Moral Reasoning in Hearing-Impaired Students, 264 —Treatment Needs of Emotionally Disturbed Deaf Youths: A California Perspective, 276 —Parental Hearing Status, Reading Comprehension Skills and Social-Emotional Adjustment, 356 Parents, Parent Education and Early Intervention —What Do Parents Want in Parent Education?, 235 —Early Intervention for Preschool Deaf Children: The Longitudinal Effects Relative to Program Methodology, 285 —A Model for Teaching Parents of Young Hearing-Impaired Children Total Communication in the Home—Project RITCH, 289 —Mother-Infant Interactive Behaviors: Impact of Maternal Deafness, 317 —Parental Hearing Status, Reading Comprehension Skills and Social-Emotional Adjustment, 356 Placement —Recent Changes in the Educational Placement of Deaf Students, 61 —The Impact of P.L. 94-142 on Residential Schools for the Deaf: A Follow-Up to the 1977 Survey, 68 —Education Professionals Who Assist Hearing-Impaired Students Choose Postsecondary Education Programs, 76 Reading and Writing Instruction —On Readability Formulas: A Critical Analysis for Teachers of the Deaf, 14 —Story Structure Recall in Hearing-Impaired, LearningDisabled and Nondisabled Children, 43 —Can Johnny Find Time to Read?, 219 —Summarizing Stories: The Role of Instruction in Learning to Write, 294 Science and Math Instruction —Designing Instructional Formats: The Effects if Verbal and Pictorial Components on Hearing-Impaired Students' Comprehension of Science Concepts, 30 —From the Concrete to the Abstract: Mathematics for Deaf Children, 51 Teaching Deaf Students —College and University Requirements for Teachers of the Deaf at the Undergraduate Level, 11 —Faculty Development: Meeting the Needs of Postsecondary Educators of Deaf Students, 26 —Attitudes Towards Computers of Preservice Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Students, 40 —Implications of Time-on-Task Research for Teachers of the Hearing Impaired, 207 —Strategies for Developing Creative Abilities of HearingImpaired Students, 258 —A Comparison of Parent and Teacher Nomination of Gifted Hearing-Impaired Students, 344 Vocational Education —A Descriptive Study of Vocational Programs in Residential Schools for the Deaf, 204 360 A.A.O. / December 1988 Article Index by Author Akamatsu, CT. —Summarizing Stories: The Role of Instruction in Text Structure in Learning to Write, 294 Bernstein, M.E. and Barta, L. —What Do Parents Want in Parent Education?, 235 Borman, D.L., Stoefen-Fisher, J.M., Taylor N., Draper, L. M. and Niederklein, L. S. —Metalinguistic Abilities of Young Hearing-Impaired Children : Performance on a Judgment of Synonymy Task, 325 Briccetti, K. —Treatment Needs of Emotionally Disturbed Deaf Youths: A California Perspective, 276 Brodesky, R.L. and Cohen, H. —The American Sign Language/English Studies Project: A Progress Report, 330 Christensen, K.M. —I See What You Mean: Nonverbal Communication Strategies of Young Deaf Children, 270 Connolly, R. P. —A Descriptive Study of Vocational Programs in Residential Schools for the Deaf, 204 Daniele, V.A. and Aldersley, S.F. —Implications of Time-on-Task Research for Teachers of the Hearing Impaired, 207 Diebold, T.J. and Waldron, M.B —Designing Instructional Formats: The Effects of Verbal and Pictorial Components on Hearing-Impaired Students' Comprehension of Science Concepts, 30 Dolman, D. —College and University Requirements for Teachers of the Deaf at the Undergraduate Level, 11 Dry, E. and Earle, P.T. —Can Johnny Have Time to Read?, 219 Fridriksson, T. and Stewart, D. A...

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ISSN
1543-0375
Print ISSN
0002-726X
Pages
pp. 360-361
Launched on MUSE
2013-04-22
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No
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