Practices and routines in SIWI Lessons that Develop Reading Proficiency for D/HH Learners
Keywords:Deaf Students, Hearing Impaired Students, Reading, Literacy Programs
AbstractThis study explored how the reading-writing connection evident in instruction driven with a high fidelity to the principles of Strategic Interactive Writing Instruction (SIWI) addresses the literacy challenges of D/hh learners.
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