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S.E.E. Vocabulary Development Flashcards Kit B
Summary: 

Flashcards with a manual sign on one side, printed word on opposite side.  There are 422 4"x6" cards with 10 different categories: Animals, Clothing, Colors, Foods, Home, People, Places, Shapes, Vehicles and Verbs.

Author: 
S. O'Brian, G. Gustason, E. Zawolkow
Imprint: 
Los Alamitos, CA : Modern Signs Press, c1981
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American Sign Language
Summary: 

This set of materials is geared towards the beginner signer introducing them to American Sign Language through the alphabet, numbers, and important conversational words and phrases.   The book introduces several topics and the signs associated with those topics.  These signs are demonstrated on the DVD and are also on the accompanying flashcards.

Topics covered:

  • Getting Started
  • Signing Savvy
  • Fingerspelling
  • Meet and Greet
  • All Kinds of Folk
  • Going Places
  • Room and Board
  • The Big Outdoors
  • Actions Sign Louder than Words
  • Color Your World
  • It’s About Time
  • Counting On It
Author: 
Catherine Nichols
Imprint: 
San Diego, Calif.: Thunder Bay Pr., c2011
SignMaster: A Master ASL! Vocabulary Review Game
Summary: 

Based on Master ASL! Level One by Jason E. Zinza

Players move through a full color game board advancing when they correctly sign vocabulary words, sentences, and expressions. Challenge cards enable a player to question another player'­s sign production. If incorrect, the player loses a turn.

3 to 8 players. A fun way to review vocabulary and practice sentences!

Author: 
Beverly G. Stokem
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD: Sign Media, Inc., 2010
Shouting Won't Help: Why I and 50 Million Other Americans Can't Hear You
Summary: 

A memoir from the New York editor and writer in which she explores the invisible disability of deafness from personal, psychological, and physiological perspectives

Author: 
Katherine Bouton
Imprint: 
New York: Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013
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Shut Up and Sign Series
Summary: 

Bob Hiltermann, a deaf actor and comedian, teaches American Sign Language in a way meant to educate and entertain.  Bob uses Sim-Com. Outtakes are included at the end of each video.

Episode #1:        Don’t Worry, Be Happy                
This episode teaches introductions, emotions & states of being, verbs & nouns, and the first letters of the alphabet. The special features include a signed music video for “Don’t Worry Be Happy”. 

Episode #2:        We Are Family                 
This episode teaches family, inside the house, colors, pronouns, and more letters of the alphabet.  The special features include a signed music video for “We Are Family”.

Episode #3:        Cloud Lucky Seven
This episode teaches numbers, time concepts, and final letters of the alphabet.  The special features include a signed music video for “Cloud Lucky Seven.”

Author: 
Bob Hiltermann
Imprint: 
Van Nuys, Calif.: Shut up and Sign, 2012
Say It By Signing
Summary: 

Welcome to the fourth most commonly used language in the United States - sign language. English subtitles appear as an aid. Learn at your own pace by replaying the lessons until you feel comfortable moving on to the next lesson. Repetition is the key to learning any foreign language.

Author: 
Elaine Costello
Imprint: 
Seattle, WA: Multimedia 2000, c2003
Shut Up and Sign: Reading Fingerspelling Series
Summary: 

Bob Hiltermann, a deaf actor, provides practice for reading fingerspelling with words, numbers, and sentences. 

Beginner Level 1:    
Includes over 200 words & numbers and 25 sentences.  The ASL alphabet is taught. The fingerspelled words/sentences are arranged in topics including animals and foods.

Intermediate Level 2:  
Includes over 300 words & numbers and 35 sentences.  The fingerspelled words/sentences are arranged in topics including names, around the house, and transportation.

Advanced Level 3:               
Includes over 400 words & numbers and 45 sentences.  The fingerspelled words/sentences are arranged in topics including work, earth, cities and sports.

Author: 
Bob Hiltermann
Imprint: 
Van Nuys, Calif.: Shut up and Sign, 2012
Using Signing Time With Children in Speech and Language Therapy
Summary: 

The Guide “Using Signing Time with Children in Speech and Language Therapy” provides useful information about how parents and therapists can use Signing Time to support the development of important language and social skills of children with a variety of speech and language disorders. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • What is a Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) or Speech Therapist?
  • What is a Speech and Language Disorder?
  • Common Challenges for Children with Speech and Language Disorders
  • How Signing Helps Children with Speech and Language Disorders
  • How to Use Signing in Speech and Language Therapy
  • Helping Parents Support Therapy at Home
  • What is Signing Time?
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Abbey Cook; Kimberly Fries
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Using Signing Time in Early Childhood Settings: a Guide for Educators
Summary: 

The Guide “Using Signing Time in Early Childhood Settings: A Guide for Educators” provides useful tips and strategies to enhance the development of language, cognitive, and social-emotional skills in young children. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • Benefits of Signing in Early Childhood Settings
  • Getting Started
  • Integrating Signs into Your Curriculum
  • Teach language and thinking skills
  • Teach social-emotional skills
  • Manage conflicts in the classroom
  • Involve parents in signing at home
  • Recommended Resources
  • Sample Lesson Plan: Let’s Be Friends
  • What is Signing Time?
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Robin Williams; Kyle Stielow
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Using Signing Time With Children Who Have Down Syndrome
Summary: 

The Guide “Using Signing Time with Children Who Have Down Syndrome” provides useful information about how parents and teachers can use Signing Time to support the development of important language and social skills of children with Down syndrome. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • About Trisomy 21/Down Syndrome
  • How Does Down Syndrome Affect Language Development?
  • What is Signing Time?
  • How Can Signing Support Language Development?
  • Signing at Home: Tips for Parents
  • Signing at School: Tips for Educators
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Annie Young; Colleen Brunetti
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Supporting the Autism Spectrum Using Signing Time
Summary: 

The Guide “Supporting the Autism Spectrum Using Signing Time” provides useful information about how parents and teachers can use Signing Time to support the development of language skills and social skills of individuals on the autism spectrum. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • What is Autism?
  • Common Challenges for Individuals with Autism and Their Caregivers
  • Sign Language for Effective Communication
  • What is Signing Time?
  • How Signing Time Can Help?
  • How can I Incorporate Signing Time into my Child’s Treatment Program?
  • Tips for Teaching and Using Signs in Daily Life
  • Success Stories


Use the Autism Guide to increase communication and social skills with children on the Autism Spectrum.

Author: 
Kimberly Fries; Brenda Gardner-Jones
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Sign Language in the Classroom Using Signing Time
Summary: 

The Guide “Sign Language in the Classroom Using Signing Time” provides useful tips and strategies to teachers in preschool and elementary school classrooms. The guide provides information about how to use Signing Time to improve academic outcomes for all children. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • Why Use Sign Language in the Classroom
  • Signing in the Classroom
    • Reading
    • Alphabet
    • Vocabulary
    • Spelling
  • Recommended Resources
  • Overview of the Signing Time Classroom Edition
  • What is Signing Time?
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Robin Williams; Jim MacCall
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Summary: 

The Guide “Enhancing Literacy Instruction Using Signing Time” provides useful information about how teachers and parents can use Signing Time to help children learn to read. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • Components of Effective Literacy Instruction
  • Addressing Learning Styles
  • Enhancing Literacy with Sign Language
  • What is Signing Time?
  • How Can Signing Time Help?
  • Using Signing Time with Different Age Groups
  • Tips for Teachers, Parents and Librarians
  • Sample Lesson Plan: Zoo Animals
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Virginia Brown; Robin Williams
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Using Signing Time with Infants, Toddlers, and Older Children: A Guide for Parents
Summary: 

This guide provides useful tips and strategies for parents, grandparents and other family members. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • Signing with Infants (0-12 months)
  • Signing with Toddlers (13-36 months)
  • Signing with Older Children (3-103 months)
  • Signing with Children with Special Needs
  • What is Signing Time?
  • Success Stories
  • Signing Time Series One Sign Review
  • Signing Time Song Lyrics
Author: 
Two Little Hands Production
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Unheard Voices: A Dramatic Look Into the Heart of Hearing Loss
Summary: 

Unheard Voices is a candid and compassionate portrayal of people coping with the life-changing impact of hearing loss.  Gael Hannan, an actress with a profound hearing loss, portrays all the characters in this performance that covers the human spectrum of hearing loss–children, adults, women, men and professionals.  It covers issues and adaptations connected with hearing aids and cochlear implants.  The stories are both funny and moving, as ordinary words describe how hearing loss makes one feel and behave.

Author: 
Dalene Flannigan
Imprint: 
Etobicoke, Ontario: Harris Communications, c2003
Using Signing Time in Homeschool Programs
Summary: 

The Guide “Using Signing Time in Homeschool Programs” provides useful information about how parents can use Signing Time to support their homeschool curriculum across all subject areas. The full guide includes the following sections:

  • Using Signing Time to Fit:
    • Your Child’s Learning Style
    • Your Teaching Style
    • Your Budget
    • The Ages, Stages and Number of Children
    • Subject Matter
    • Your Use of Technology
  • Signing Basics
  • Signing Across Subject Areas
  • Themed Activities
  • Parent Resources
  • Overview of the Signing Time Classroom Edition
  • What is Signing Time?
  • Success Stories
Author: 
Colleen Brunetti; Liz Guerrini
Imprint: 
Salt Lake City, UT: Two Little Hands Productions, 20--?
Phantom Voices, Ethereal Music & Other Spooky Sounds: Musical Ear Syndrome
Summary: 

When hard of hearing people begin hearing phantom voices or music, they immediately worry they are going crazy. After all, only people with schizophrenia and other mental illnesses hear such sounds, right? Wrong! The truth is, thousands of sane hard of hearing people experience the spooky phantom voices. music and other sounds associated with Musical Ear syndrome. This book explains what these sounds are, what causes them, what you can do to alleviate or eliminate them, and how you can regain your peace of mind.

Author: 
Neil Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Keys to Successfully Living With Your Hearing Loss
Summary: 

Hearing loss cuts you off from the hearing world in many ways, often leaving you depressed and with little self-esteem. The good news is you don't have to let things remain that way. When you put into practice the six keys explained in "Keys to Successfully Living with Your Hearing Loss", a happier and more confident "you" will rejoin the hearing world-on your own terms.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Help! I'm losing My Hearing: What Do I Do Now?
Summary: 

Losing your hearing can flip your world upside down and leave your mind in a turmoil. You may be full of fears, wondering how you will be able to live the rest of your life as a hard of hearing person. You don't know where to turn. You lament, "What do I do now?" Set your mind at rest. This easy-to-read book, written by a fellow hard of hearing person, is packed with the practical knowledge and resources you need to successfully deal with your hearing loss and other ear problems.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2005, 2011
When Your Ears Ring!: Cope With Your Tinnitus: Here's How
Summary: 

If your ears ring, buzz, chirp, hiss or roar, you know just how annoying tinnitus can be. You do not have to put up with this racket for the rest of your life. Recent studies show that a lot of what we thought we knew about tinnitus is not true at all. Exciting new research reveals what you can do to eliminate or greatly reduce the severity of your tinnitus. In this book you will learn what causes tinnitus in the first place and the steps you can take to bring it under control.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
The Agony of Meniere's Disease: Please! Make My World Stop Spinning
Summary: 

Meniere’s disease is one of the more incapacitating things you can experience. If you suffer from your world spinning and have a fluctuating hearing loss together with noises in your ears, this book is for you. It explains what is known about Meniere’s, its causes and the best treatments available today. There are lots of hints that you can try out for yourself to reduce or eliminate the effects of Meniere’s disease. Since everyone is different, see what works for you.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
Ototoxic Drugs Exposed: The Shocking Truth about Prescription Drugs and Other Chemicals That Can (and Do) Damage Our Ears
Summary: 

Have trouble hearing? Ears ringing? Room spinning? Dizzy? Find out quickly if your medications may be the culprits! The third edition of "Ototoxic Drugs Exposed" reveals the shocking truth about the specific ear-damaging effects of more than 1,000 drugs, herbals and chemicals. Just as importantly, it reveals the factors that can put your ears at higher risk, and explains how you can help reduce this risk in order to help protect your ears from the sneak attacks of ear-damaging agents.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2010
Grieving for Your Hearing Loss: The Rocky Road from Denial to Acceptance
Summary: 

When you lose your hearing you need to grieve. This is not optional—but critical to your continued mental and physical health. This book leads you through the process of dealing with the grief and pain you experience as a result of your hearing loss. It explains what you are going through each step of the way. It gives you hope when you are in the depths of despair and depression. It shows you how you can lead a happy vibrant life again in spite of your hearing loss. This book has helped many.

Author: 
Neil G. Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c2011
When Hearing Loss Ambushes Your Ears
Summary: 

Hearing loss often blind-sides you. As a result, your first step should be to learn as much as you can about your hearing loss; then you will be able to cope better. This most interesting book explains how your ears work, the causes of hearing loss, what you can expect to hear with different levels of hearing loss and why you often can’t understand what you hear. Lots of audiograms and charts help make things clear. You will also discover a lot of fascinating things about how loud noises damage your ears.

Author: 
Neil Bauman
Imprint: 
Stewartstown, PA : Integrity First Publications, c1998, 2011

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