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Sign Language Vocabulary

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
My Dog Kiefer
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Summary: 

There is something very special about my dog Keifer...he is a Border Collie and was born deaf! Keifer wants to tell you all about himself and teach you how to talk to him using your hands. Follow him throughout his day and learn about what makes him truly special.

Author: 
Trisha Malfitano
Imprint: 
Bloomington, IN: Trafford Publishing, c2011
Kiefer and Friends
Summary: 

Kiefer and Friends is a story about a Border Collie born deaf that shows the world that all dogs can lead a happy life even if they are living with a disability. The book also teaches people not to judge others by the way they look. You will meet some incredible dogs and learn about the different things they like to do. You will also learn some sign language.

Author: 
Trisha Malfitano
Imprint: 
United States: Create Space, c2012
I Can Count to Ten in ASL, English, and Spanish
Summary: 

I Can Count to Ten in ASL, English and Spanish!Puedo contar hasta diez en ASL, Inglés y Español! is a dynamic educational book to assist children to learn their numbers to ten. Designed to help children who are hearing or deaf learn to count by using a trilingual approach that takes into account child development principles. Each number is presented with the numeral, the word for the number printed in English and Spanish and a photograph of the number in American Sign Language (ASL). The directions are also written in English and Spanish to help guide the child.

Author: 
Shara Lawrence-Weiss
Imprint: 
Pine, AZ: Personal Child Stories, c2009
Gladys Goes Out to Lunch
Summary: 

The story of Gladys is brought to life with original music, voice and sign language helping all children appreciate the richness of a visual language. Missy Keast interprets the story of Gladys as she tries to find the source of a delicious smell in the zoo. There are bonus features including a read-along phrases, an activity guide, an interactive quiz, voiceover and ASL vocabulary.

Author: 
Signs for Intelligence, LLC
Imprint: 
Phoenix, AZ: Signs for Intelligence, c2010
Selected Signs Around the World
Summary: 

The purpose of this tape is to illustrate the signs for shoes, sandals, tomatoes, eggs, flowers, apple, wrapped hard candy, television, cheese, hot dog, fireman, onions, carrots and socks used by people in the following 16 countries: Australia, Chile, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Namibia, Pakistan, Quebec, Sweden, Thailand, U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. One or more people from each country will present the sign concept for each picture presented before proceeding to the next one.

Author: 
Dennis Cokely
Imprint: 
Burtonsville, MD: Sign Media, Inc., 1990, 2012
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

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