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With respect to phonology skills in students who are deaf,

A) because they are virtually non-existent, they are largely irrelevant to their learning to read.
B) they should be ignored in reading instruction because they interfere with the visual skills needed to learn sign.
C) they are similar to phonology skills of students with reading disabilities.
D) they are most easily acquired if they are integrated into a differentiated curriculum model of instruction.

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