Volume 131, Number 3, July 1986

Table of Contents

Speaking the Language of Sign: The Art and Science of Signing (review)

pp. 199-200
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Another Handful of Stories (review)

p. 200
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Living and Learning in the Least Restrictive Environment (review)

p. 200
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CID Preschool Performance Scale (review)

p. 200
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Editorial

p. 201
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Teacher to Teacher

pp. 203-204
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A Study of the Criteria Used in Hiring Teachers of the Hearing Impaired

pp. 205-209
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How Do Deaf Children Learn About Prereading?

pp. 210-217
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American Sign Language in Education of the Deaf

pp. 218-219
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Building a Language Base in Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 220-228
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An Alternative View of Education for Deaf Children: Part II

pp. 229-231
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A Survey of Teacher Preparation Programs in Education of the Hearing Impaired

pp. 232-237
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Hemispheric Specialization and Implications for the Education of the Hearing Impaired

pp. 238-242
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A Case for the Semantic Processing of the Deaf Reader

pp. 243-247
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Two Factors Related to Effective Voice Interpreting

pp. 248-252
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Reading Habits and Preferences of Deaf Students Beginning Postsecondary Programs

pp. 253-256
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