Manual Communication

Manual Communication

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The descriptions by the acknowledged designer, administrator, or scholar of each system ensures the highest accuracy and thoroughness, distinguishing Manual Communication as a significant, important resource. The first chapter recounts the history of sign language, particularly American Sign Language (ASL), including foreign influences and conflicts about its use. An overview follows, describing factors that affect manual communication, such as learner characteristics. Also, an analysis of a nationwide survey of teachers shows the results of their use of the various forms of manual communication in different settings.At the same time, the committee had been approached during early 1971 by the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) concerning the possibility of developing drawings for 300 basic new signs, including verb inflections (-ing, -ed, etc.)anbsp;...

Title:Manual Communication
Author: Harry Bornstein
Publisher:Gallaudet University Press - 1990

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