1. Phonology, Phonologically Related Skills, and Reading for Deaf Students: Two Perspectives
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  1. Phonology and Reading: A Response to Wang, Trezek, Luckner, and Paul
  2. Thomas E. Allen, M. Diane Clark, Alex del Giudice, Daniel Koo, Amy Lieberman, Rachel Mayberry, Paul Miller
  3. pp. 338-345
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  1. Phonology Is Necessary, but Not Sufficient: A Rejoinder
  2. Peter V. Paul, Ye Wang, Beverly J. Trezek, John L. Luckner
  3. pp. 346-356
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  1. Are Deaf Students’ Reading Challenges Really About Reading?
  2. Marc Marschark, Patricia Sapere, Carol M. Convertino, Connie Mayer, Loes Wauters, Thomastine Sarchet
  3. pp. 357-370
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  1. (Meta)communication Strategies in Inclusive Classes for Deaf Students
  2. Celeste Azulay Kelman, Angela Uchôa Branco
  3. pp. 371-381
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  1. Teaching Phonological Skills to a Deaf First Grader: A Promising Strategy
  2. Susan M. Syverud, Caroline Guardino, Dana N. Selznick
  3. pp. 382-388
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  1. Technology Skills Assessment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Secondary School
  2. Pamela Luft, Mary Bonello, Nichole K. Zirzow
  3. pp. 389-399
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