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The Phonology of American Sign Language

The Phonological Structure of American Sign Language

Haley Gilreath 

ASL is a visual-physical language used by the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) community in North America and has a unique linguistic structure including its own grammar and syntax, and as with all signed languages. 1,649 more words

Communicating With Deaf People Without Sign Language

LifeHacker published a very helpful article and video –

When you don’t know how to connect with a deaf or hard of hearing person, you can complicate the process—or worse, shut them out entirely. 21 more words

"Just Call Your Mom"

Thanks to technology, I’m gonna need everyone to mentally zoom back about 9 years to the gray prison walls of puberty. That’s right. Picture middle school. 527 more words


One month in! ASL

Well, our first month of school is done and over with. The saying really is true, time flies when you’re having fun!

One of our programs put on this month was called, “What’s… 202 more words


The Model of Me

At a transitional event for McDonald’s Corporation Pat Flynn, he gave a speech that said he was “…reinventing himself…”

This was a begin for new epic adventure in my life. 127 more words



Looking for a manageable campaign game we came along this mini HASL published by MMP in Operations Special Issue #1. It looks interesting and has a fine map to play over, a single large play area of 31 hexes width (west – east) and 18 hexes depth (north – south). 210 more words

After Action Report