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Teaching Deaf and Second-Language Students to Be Better Writers

Sue Livingston

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Working Text: X-Word Grammar and Writing Activities for Students

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Livingston (program for deaf adults, LaGuardia Community College, City U. of New York) describes how to teach deaf, second-language, and other students struggling with English composition to write using reading and writing exercises based on a system called X-Word Grammar that helps them learn grammatical principles and common language constructions for use in their own writing. She explains why her methods work with these students, how to teach them, and how to link reading, writing, and grammar. All the exercises from the companion workbook are on the included CD-ROM with answers and sample quizzes.

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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