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Quran reading skills among students with hearing problems are rarely explored by researchers or teachers. Therefore, the level of achievement of these students may not be known because of these activities can be seen rarely implement in schools. Lately, through innovation and development of teaching and learning methodology, Fakih’s method took place in the era of hand-reading skills using the code. Based on the eight months research field experience, it was found impaired students can master the skill of reading al-Quran with hand code. It is against the backdrop of various factors viability. Among those factors is the internal motivation, family background, and also the level of hearing problems and the category of problems. All these elements give the guidance to the success of learning activities, reading the Quran for hearing impaired students.
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