A basic course in American Sign Language

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T.J. Publishers, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 288 pages
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Four deaf teachers and three hearing students provide a variety of models for the exercises in the text. Conversation tape presents spontaneous, unrehearsed conversations between four deaf adults, discussing such topics as mischievous behaviors of school children, travel experiences, deaf clubs, deaf people in different countries, and name signs.

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A simple textbook to help in ASL classes. Read full review

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This was my first book that I received in ASL in college. It remains my favorite. It can get anyone started and is very comprehensive... with the exception of some technical signs. I have also used this book to help teach other ASL. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Personal Pronouns
14
LESSON 3
30
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