Communicating in Sign

Communicating in Sign

Creative Ways to Learn American Sign Language (ASL)

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American Sign Language (ASL) is the primary means of communication among the 22 million deaf and hard-of-hearing people in this country -- and those who live and work with them.
Communicating in Sign revolutionizes the way ASL is taught by offering a beginning vocabulary based on the grammar and syntax of native signers and illustrating the eye contact, facial expressions, and body language that accompany hand and mouth movements. This breakthrough approach to mastering ASL, written for a general audience, is an invaluable resource for anyone eager to learn a language that is rapidly becoming part of our mainstream culture and also for educators, businesses,and organizations working to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Communicating in Sign places ASL within the context of Deaf culture and etiquette, delineating the components that contribute to its depth and richness.
Publisher: New York : Fireside, c1998
ISBN: 9780684835204
0684835207
Branch Call Number: 419 CHA 1998
Characteristics: x,165 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Chearney, Lee Ann 1959-
Setzer, Paul M.

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