Learning American Sign Language In High School
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📒Learning American Sign Language In High School ✍ Russell Scott Rosen
✏Learning American Sign Language in High School Book Summary : "With the increase of American Sign Language being offered as a foreign language in high schools, this book addresses issues to better prepare high schools in their recruitment and education of new ASL students"--
📒Guide To College Majors 2005 ✍ Princeton Review
✏Guide to College Majors 2005 Book Summary :
📒The Routledge Handbook Of Sign Language Pedagogy ✍ Russell S. Rosen
✏The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy Book Summary : The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy is the first reference of its kind, presenting contributions from leading experts in the field of sign language pedagogy. The Handbook fills a significant gap in the growing field of sign language pedagogy, compiling all essential aspects of current trends and empirical research in teaching, curricular design, and assessment in one volume. Each chapter includes historical perspectives, core issues, research approaches, key findings, pedagogical implications, future research direction, and additional references. The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy is an essential reference for sign language teachers, practitioners, and researchers in applied sign linguistics and first, second, and additional language learning.
📒Metaphor In American Sign Language ✍ Phyllis Perrin Wilcox
✏Metaphor in American Sign Language Book Summary : As she explains, "If the iconic influence that surrounds metaphor is set aside, the results will be greater understanding and interpretations that are less opaque."".
📒Sign Language In Action ✍ Jemina Napier
✏Sign Language in Action Book Summary : This book defines the notion of applied sign linguistics by drawing on data from projects that have explored sign language in action in various domains. The book gives professionals working with sign languages, signed language teachers and students, research students and their supervisors, authoritative access to current ideas and practice.
✏Resources in Education Book Summary :
📒High School Journalism ✍ Homer L. Hall
✏High School Journalism Book Summary : Includes a brief history of American journalism and discusses the duties of a journalist, styles of writing, the parts of a newspaper, newspaper and yearbook design, photography, and careers in journalism.
📒Learning American Sign Language ✍ Tom L. Humphries
✏Learning American Sign Language Book Summary : 72 dialogues are presented to demonstrate the various conversations with are presented in text form in the accompanying book.
📒The Everything Sign Language Book ✍ Irene Duke
✏The Everything Sign Language Book Book Summary : The appeal of American Sign Language (ASL) has extended beyond the Deaf community into the mainstream—it’s even popular as a class in high school and college. You are guided through the basics of ASL with clear instruction and more than 300 illustrations. With a minimum of time and effort, you will learn to sign: the ASL alphabet; questions and common expressions; numbers, money, and time. With info on signing etiquette, communicating with people in the Deaf community, and using ASL to aid child development, this book makes signing fun for the entire family.
📒Sign Language Fun In The Early Childhood Classroom Grades Pk K ✍ Sherrill B. Flora
✏Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom Grades PK K Book Summary : Enrich language and literacy skills with special-education students and/or English Language Learners in grades PK–K using Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom! This 64-page book helps students improve verbal communication, visual discrimination, spatial memory, and early reading skills. The multisensory approach helps all students (with and without special needs) improve language and literacy skills. This book does not require previous experience with American Sign Language, and it includes teaching suggestions, games, activities, songs, rhymes, literature recommendations, and reproducible sign language cards. The book supports NCTE and NAEYC standards.