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Note-Storming (Deaf Culture)

I just got back from my Friday 5th period class, which is the last class of the week, and I’m very upset that it is that way. 552 more words


Eleven Year Old Deaf Boy Honored by Jackie Robinson's Daughter

Sometimes, a student can also be a teacher and lessons can be learned anytime you’re around 11-year-old Garrett Dempsey of Park Hills, Missouri. Garrett, who was born deaf, finished in the top 10 out of 16,000 entrants nationwide in the Breaking Barriers essay contest. 21 more words

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teaching american sign language with games

To skip my description and go straight to the games, click here.

American Sign Language is an amazing, beautiful, useful and currently popular language.  It is used by the deaf in the US and some other parts of North America, but its use extends much farther even than that. 1,172 more words


ASL Learning - Size Matters the First Time

Some are straight, while others are curved.
Some are long, and some have girth.
Mine is stubby.

I didn’t realize this until I began to study fingerspelling. 572 more words

American Sign Language

Sorenson Communications Seeking ASL Interpreters in Columbia, Maryland

Sorenson Communications is expanding our Video Relay Service. As a result we are seeking Interpreters to provide Sign-to-Voice and Voice-to-Sign interpreting services. Part-time positions are available in the US, Puerto Rico and in Canada. 8 more words

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Killing a few myths about sign language

I am almost done with my second year of sign language studies, and the facts in this post are based on experiences developed through the study. 336 more words


ASL Learning - Beginning the Journey - Why

Why ASL – Accessibility & Shared Partner Interests

If I were born a dog I’d probably be an Australian Shepherd. I say this because I am instinctively an organizer of people. 564 more words