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Attica is an interpreter who is assigned to an eighth-grade student with a moderate hearing loss. Mr. Miller, the social studies teacher, has the student in his second-class period. Mr. Miller researched how he can most effectively work with Attica, the interpreter, on behalf of the student. Which of the following is a suggestion for courtesy and social conventions?

▸ Everyone talks directly to the student, not to the interpreter.

▸ Placement for the interpreter is not distracting to other students in class.

▸ All meetings are scheduled when the interpreter can attend.

▸ Glare and other visual obstructions are eliminated.
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Introduction to Contemporary Special Education


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Everyone talks directly to the student, not to the interpreter.
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