Item description for Talk to the Deaf: A Manual of Approximately 1,000 Signs Used by the Deaf of North America by Lottie Riekehof...
Overview A manual of approximately 1,000 signs used by the deaf of North America.
Publishers Description Ideal for beginners, "Talk to the Deaf "provides readers with approximately 1,000 basic signs. Each sign is illustrated with graphics and written instructions to assure that the sign is performed correctly. Covers numerous aspects including relationship, pronouns, time, verbs, food and drink, religion, clothing, animals, and sports. Includes index.
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Studio: Gospel Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.56" Width: 6.66" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Feb 23, 2012
Publisher Gospel Publishing House
ISBN 0882436120 ISBN13 9780882436128
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of May 27, 2017 04:37.
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More About Lottie Riekehof
Dr. Lottie L. Riekehof has been associated with deaf people, sign language teaching, and interpreter training for many years. She was one of the first to promote the signing of music and has successfully trained a number of choral groupls in the presentation of signed interpretations of well-known songs.
Reviews - What do customers think about Talk To The Deaf?
Teaching Tool and Resource Jul 25, 2005
I use this book to teach an adult sign language class. After the class, students keep their book as a great resource. The chapter divisions are broken down into comprehensive categories -though some are a bit long. For each sign, a picture of the sign is shown as well as a written explanation. Many also include the "idea" behind the sign. A brief history of sign language is at the beginning of the book.
Oldie but a goodie Mar 13, 2004
This book is old and getting out of date, but is is divided into workable sections, give good syntax information and the hand movement diagrams are very clear. I use it for teaching sign to deaf animals.
Out of Date Sep 18, 2002
I got this book as a teenager. After I grew up and went to college and learned sign language both in class and from my friends, I was forced to unlearn most of what this book taught me. It is way, way, out of date.