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13. Deaf readers use ASL variations to sign repetitive English phrases

The following 15 principles are best practices for how to read aloud to deaf and hard of hearing children. They are based on research on how Deaf parents read to their Deaf children. These principles were developed to give parents and teachers of deaf children skills and strategies for reading aloud in American Sign Language.
13. Deaf readers use ASL variations to sign repetitive English phrases
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