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Teaching Deaf and Second-Language Students to Be Better Writers

Sue Livingston

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It can be hard to excel at writing when it’s hard to even speak the language. Working Text: Teaching Deaf and Second Language Students to be Better Writers emphasizes the value of literacy and analyzing texts to understand to become better writers. Applying her own in depth experience, she presents ideas to help deaf and second language writers become more familiar with the language and excel at communicating through writing. Working Text is an invaluable resource for educators facing students with these handicaps and wants to do everything they can for them to succeed.

Sue Livingston is Professor, Program for Deaf Adults, LaGuardia Community College of the City University of New York, NY.

ISBN 978-1-56368-466-1, 8˝ x 11 paperback, 224 pages, figures, appendices, index, writing activities CD

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