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  Volume 125, Number 9, December 1980

Table of Contents

Letters to the Editor

pp. 1035-1036
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Star Trails Homework and Carryover Packet for the (r) Sound Using Duplicating Masters (review)

p. 1037
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The Bilingual Child, Research and Analysis of Existing Educational Themes (review)

p. 1037
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Shout In Silence, Visual Arts and the Deaf (review)

p. 1037
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The Exceptional Child: A Primer (review)

pp. 1037-1038
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A Coarticulation Manual for the Remediation of /s/ (review)

p. 1038
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A World of Language for Deaf Children, Part 1: Basic Principles (review)

pp. 1038-1039
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I Have A Sister, My Sister Is Deaf (review)

p. 1039
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Manual Communication—A Basic Text and Workbook with Practical Exercises (review)

p. 1039
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Emotionally Disturbed Hearing-Impaired Children: A Review of the Literature

pp. 1040-1048
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A Description of a Residential Deaf School Population: Four Years after P.L. 94-142

pp. 1049-1052
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Mainstream Teenagers with Care

pp. 1053-1056
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An Instructional Strategy to Combat the Word-Matching Tendencies in Prelingually Deaf Students

pp. 1057-1059
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New Jersey's Telecommunication Training Program for the Deaf

pp. 1060-1062
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Hearing Families With Deaf Children: Stress and Functioning as Related to Communication Method

pp. 1063-1071
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Evaluation of a Multilevel Linguistic Approach to Captioning Television for Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 1072-1081
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"Our Eyes Are Always on T.V."—Deaf Teens Survey Peers

pp. 1082-1085
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Meeting the Challenge of Professional Social Work Education of the Hearing Impaired

pp. 1086-1090
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Index to Volume 125: 1980

pp. 1091-1102
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