Conversational Sign Language II

For use in instruction of sign language beyond basic course.

Author: Willard J. Madsen

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

ISBN: 0913580007

Category: Education

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For use in instruction of sign language beyond basic course.

Intermediate Conversational Sign Language

In 1972 , my book , Conversational Sign Language II : An Intermediate - Advanced Manual , marked the first attempt to develop a text that would help students gain some understanding of colloquial American Sign Language and idiomatic ...

Author: Willard J. Madsen

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

ISBN: 0913580791

Category: Education

Page: 377

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This text offers a unique approach to using American Sign Language (ASL) and English in a bilingual setting. Each of the 25 lessons involves sign language conversation using colloqualisms that are prevalent in informal conversations. It also includes practice tests and a glossed alphabetical index.

Sign Languages of the World

Conversational Sign Language II. Washington, DC: Gallaudet College Press. Mandel, M. 1981. Phonotactics and morphophonology in American Sign Language. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Author: Julie Bakken Jepsen

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9781501501029

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Although a number of edited collections deal with either the languages of the world or the languages of particular regions or genetic families, only a few cover sign languages or even include a substantial amount of information on them. This handbook provides information on some 38 sign languages, including basic facts about each of the languages, structural aspects, history and culture of the Deaf communities, and history of research. This information will be of interest not just to general audiences, including those who are deaf, but also to linguists and students of linguistics. By providing information on sign languages in a manner accessible to a less specialist audience, this volume fills an important gap in the literature.

Language Learning and Deafness

national organizations for sign language instructors , interpreters , and parents and teachers of deaf children . ... as Falberg's The Language of Silence , Babbini's Manual Communication , and Madsen's Conversational Sign Language II ...

Author: Jack C. Richards

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521335795

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 301

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A collection of original papers dealing with essential issues and research in the learning of language by deaf people.

Learning to See

Teaching American Sign Language as a Second Language Sherman Wilcox, Phyllis Perrin Wilcox ... At Home Among Strangers by Jerome D. Schein Conversational Sign Language II by Willard Madsen Dancing Without Music : Deafness in America by ...

Author: Sherman Wilcox

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

ISBN: 1563680599

Category: Education

Page: 162

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As more and more secondary schools and colleges accept American Sign Language (ASL) as a legitimate choice for second language study, Learning to See has become even more vital in guiding instructors on the best ways to teach ASL as a second language. And now this groundbreaking book has been updated and revised to reflect the significant gains in recognition that deaf people and their native language, ASL, have achieved in recent years. Learning to See lays solid groundwork for teaching and studying ASL by outlining the structure of this unique visual language. Myths and misconceptions about ASL are laid to rest at the same time that the fascinating, multifaceted elements of Deaf culture are described. Students will be able to study ASL and gain a thorough understanding of the cultural background, which will help them to grasp the language more easily. An explanation of the linguistic basis of ASL follows, leading into the specific, and above all, useful information on teaching techniques. This practical manual systematically presents the steps necessary to design a curriculum for teaching ASL, including the special features necessary for training interpreters. The new Learning to See again takes its place at the forefront of texts on teaching ASL as a second language, and it will prove to be indispensable to educators and administrators in this special discipline.

American Sign Language

D. Conversational Skills : ASL II ASL III ASL IV ASL V ASL VI 1 ) Demonstrate abil ity to initiate , conduct and terminate medium - length conversations in ASL . 1 ) Demonstrate ability to initiate , conduct and terminate rather lengthy ...

Author: Dennis Cokely

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

ISBN: 0930323858

Category: Education

Page: 187

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The videocassettes illustrate dialogues for the text it accompanies, and also provides ASL stories, poems and dramatic prose for classroom use. Each dialogue is presented three times to allow the student to "converse with" each signer. Also demonstrates the grammar and structure of sign language. The teacher's text on grammar and culture focuses on the use of three basic types of sentences, four verb inflections, locative relationships and pronouns, etc. by using sign language. The teacher's text on curriculum and methods gives guidelines on teaching American Sign Language and Structured activities for classroom use.

Moods of Silence

Conversational Sign Language II, an Intermediate-Advanced Manual, illustrated by Ralph R. Miller, Sr., Gallaudet University Press, Washington, D.C., 1972, Twelfth Printing, 1990, 218 pp. Intermediate Conversational Sign Language, ...

Author: Willard J. Madsen

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781450080668

Category: Poetry

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