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Sign Language Vocabulary

Sign With Me, Volume 1: Building Conversations
Summary: 

Part of an instructional sign language series for hearing parents of deaf children age birth to three. In Volume 1, Building Conversations, basic signs which can be used with children everyday are presented. Also you will learn how to sign short, simple and expressive sentences, follow your child's lead in communicating, use facial expressions and body movement to support signed messages, understand a variety of adult and child signers, and use positive parenting skills to improve your child's communication development. Included are two DVDs containing eight lessons each with five activities or games family members can use with your deaf child and two DVDs with open-captioned versions of these lessons.

Author: 
Boys Town National Research Hospital
Imprint: 
Omaha, NE: Boys Town National Research Hospital, c1994
Learning Sign Language Rules!
Summary: 

Part of the Stick'em Up series, basic conversational signs and phrases in ASL are taught and reinforced through activities. Study guides are available and found on the website www.stickemupsignclub.com.
Segment titles include:
•ABCs
•See What I Mean”- Communication
•May I Take Your Order?
•Sweats and Treats
•Fruit Market Fling
•Time, Time, Time
•Fruits and vegetables
•ASL Signs and English Words

Author: 
SLIC, Inc.
Imprint: 
Cleveland, OH: SLIC, Inc., c1994, 2006
Catholic Liturgical Signs
Summary: 

Maureen Longo Tuccelli, CI, Instructor, demonstrates and explains the signs used for the responses and prayers during a Catholic Mass. This DVD is mainly intended for the instruction of interpreters to help prepare them for interpreting the Catholic Mass. *There is a 3-minute news story/advertisement for Silent Weekend at the beginning of the presentation.

Author: 
Maureen Longo Tuccelli
Imprint: 
Elkton, FL: Dr Sign's M & M Productions, c2002
Baby, Toddler, and Preschool Sign Language
Summary: 

This DVD is designed to introduce Sign Language to parents, grandparents, caregivers and teachers. Special needs and bilingual children also benefit from the clearly demonstrated signs with easy to follow explanations. Items taught are over 50 English signs, numbers 1-10, the ABCs, and signed words in Spanish.

Author: 
Signing Families
Imprint: 
Baltimore, MD: Signing Families, c2008
When "Duck" Is Not Enough
Summary: 

Using ordinary items, Maureen Longo Tuccelli gives ideas on how to include visual information that goes beyond size, shapes and color when describing inanimate objects. She shows non-manual markers which give a wealth of information and includes suggestions on how to practice improving this skill.

Author: 
Maureen Longo Tuccelli
Imprint: 
Elkton, FL: Dr Sign's M & M Productions, c2009
There's Something In My Attic
Summary: 

The story of There’s Something in My Attic is brought to life with original music, voice and sign language helping all children appreciate the richness of a visual language. Missy Keast interprets as a little girl captures a nightmare to show her parents that there really is something in the attic. There are bonus features including a read-along text, an activity guide, an interactive quiz, and ASL vocabulary.

Author: 
Weston Woods Studios, Scholastic, Inc.
Imprint: 
Norwalk, CT: Weston Woods Studios, c2009
Signs Around the World: Quebec, Canada, India and United States
Summary: 

Each of the individual countries in this series features male and female Deaf signers. Each country tape has three sections: a personal introduction section; a vocabulary section (pictures are shown to the signers after which they give the sign); and a narrative section (a videotaped ASL story is shown to the signers which they are asked to repeat in their native sign language).

Author: 
Dennis Cokely
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD : Sign Media, Inc. , 2012
Signs Around the World: Japan, Italy and Finland
Summary: 

Each of the individual countries in this series features male and female Deaf signers. Each country tape has three sections: a personal introduction section; a vocabulary section (pictures are shown to the signers after which they give the sign); and a narrative section (a videotaped ASL story is shown to the signers which they are asked to repeat in their native sign language).

Author: 
Dennis Cokely
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD : Sign Media, Inc. , 2012
Colors Around the World
Summary: 

The purpose of this tape is to illustrate some signs for selected colors used by Deaf people in 16 different countries around the world. All signers will demonstrate the citation form of the sign for a given color before proceeding to the next color. The colors featured are: red, white, yellow, brown, black, orange, silver, gold, dark blue, light blue, pink, dark green, light green, purple and gray. The countries represented are Australia, Chilie, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Namibia, Pakistan, Quebec, Sweden, Thailand, U.S.A. and U.S.S.R.

Author: 
Dennis Cokely
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD: Sign Media, Inc., 1990, 2012
Countries Around the World
Summary: 

This tape presents signs used by Deaf people in different countries to refer to their country. Signs were compiled through interviews with Deaf people from different countries, foreign Sign Language interpreters, members of the U.S. Deaf Olympic team, and participants at the “Deaf Way.” Please note: there may be regional or geo-political variations of signs within a given country that differ from the signs presented on this tape. The country signs are presented in geographic groupings.

Author: 
Adan Penilla
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD: Sign Media, Inc., 1991

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