Volume 131, Number 1, March 1986

Table of Contents

Hearing-Impaired Children and Youth with Developmental Disabilities (review)

p. 3
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The American Sign Language Phrase Book (review)

p. 4
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Special Education in America: Its Legal and Governmental Foundations (review)

p. 4
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Sourcebook of Articulation Learning Activities (review)

p. 4
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Editorial

p. 5
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Teacher to Teacher

p. 8
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Competencies Critical to Teachers of Hearing-Impaired Students in Two Settings: Supervisors' Views

pp. 9-12
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Beginning Reading and Deaf Children

pp. 14-20
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An Alternative View of Education for Deaf Children: Part I

pp. 21-25
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Educational Interpreting for Elementary- and Secondary-Level Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 26-28
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Deaf-Mutia: Responses to Alienation by the Deaf in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

pp. 29-32
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Assessing the Total Communication Skills of Students in Training

pp. 33-35
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Syllabic Complexity and its Relation to Speech Intelligibility in a Deaf Population

pp. 36-42
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Using Closed-Captioned Television in the Teaching of Reading to Deaf Students

pp. 43-46
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Mainstreaming from a Residential Setting

pp. 48-50
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Using the Known to Teach the Unknown

pp. 51-52
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