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OUR SCHOOL SIGNS British Sign Language BSL Vocabulary

REVIEW September 2017 BATOD Magazine British Association of Teachers of the Deaf' These are some of the ensuing commentsThis is lovely It will be brilliantIt will make the loveliest signing courseLook at the useful contacts with thesymbolsEveryone working in a school with deaf children in it should have oneThis is just utterly utterly perfect It's exactly what we need in schoolThe book covers a multitude of school based signs and is fully conversant with 21st centruy requirements New signs include Skype Snapchat Facebook and Google It also includes directional verbs inflections getting acquainted activities and people vocabulary School vocabulary beyond KS2 is included but it would be invaluable for people who work in primary or for secondary aged children The signs are all divided into separate topics with a full indexAdd this heady mixture to the fact that the book is also available from couk on a print on demand basis which means it can easily be updated and on Kindle What's not to like? 'If there are pupils or classmates in your school who use signs in their everyday learning and communication then this book is for youIt contains a basic introduction to the signs needed for the day to day interactions and experiences in school settings primary and secondary school activities and instructions plus vocabulary to enable peer conversations that will be useful to classmates and school staff alikeIncludes Basic Handshape Key Left and Right Handed Fingerspelling Alphabets the American One Handed Fingerspelling Alphabet Days of the Week Months and Numbers plus a vocabulary of over 300 illustrated signs with written descriptions and a puzzle at the end of each section to test your learningWho can benefit? In addition to the clear needs of children who are deaf or partially hearing sign language is also used in education to benefit children and adults with a wide range of special needs such as• Down Syndrome • Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD • Dyslexia • Learning disability • Additional speech language and communication needs • English as a second language • And to benefit children’s development through Baby SigningSupported by the Let's Sign BSL series of resourcesREVIEW September 2017 BATOD Magazine British Association of Teachers of the Deaf' These are some of the ensuing commentsThis is lovely It will be brilliantIt will make the loveliest signing courseLook at the useful contacts with thesymbolsEveryone working in a school with deaf children in it should have oneThis is just utterly utterly perfect It's exactly what we need in schoolThe book covers a multitude of school based signs and is fully conversant with 21st centruy requirements New signs include Skype Snapchat Facebook and Google It also includes directional verbs inflections getting acquainted activities and people vocabulary School vocabulary beyond KS2 is included but it would be invaluable for people who work in primary or for secondary aged children The signs are all divided into separate topics with a full indexAdd this heady mixture to the fact that the book is also available from couk on a print on demand basis which means it can easily be updated and on Kindle What's not to like? 'If there are pupils or classmates in your school who use signs in their everyday learning and communication then this book is for youIt contains a basic introduction to the signs needed for the day to day interactions and experiences in school settings primary and secondary school activities and instructions plus vocabulary to enable peer conversations that will be useful to classmates and school staff alikeIncludes Basic Handshape Key Left and Right Handed Fingerspelling Alphabets the American One Handed Fingerspelling Alphabet Days of the Week Months and Numbers plus a vocabulary of over 300 illustrated signs with written descriptions and a puzzle at the end of each section to test your learningWho can benefit? In addition to the clear needs of children who are deaf or partially hearing sign language is also used in education to benefit children and adults with a wide range of special needs such as• Down Syndrome • Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD • Dyslexia • Learning disability • Additional speech language and communication needs • English as a second language • And to benefit children’s development through Baby SigningSupported by the Let's Sign BSL series of resourcesREVIEW September 2017 BATOD Magazine British Association of Teachers of the Deaf' These are some of the ensuing commentsThis is lovely It will be brilliantIt will make the loveliest signing courseLook at the useful contacts with thesymbolsEveryone working in a school with deaf children in it should have oneThis is just utterly utterly perfect It's exactly what we need in schoolThe book covers a multitude of school based signs and is fully conversant with 21st centruy requirements New signs include Skype Snapchat Facebook and Google It also includes directional verbs inflections getting acquainted activities and people vocabulary School vocabulary beyond KS2 is included but it would be invaluable for people who work in primary or for secondary aged children The signs are all divided into separate topics with a full indexAdd this heady mixture to the fact that the book is also available from couk on a print on demand basis which means it can easily be updated and on Kindle What's not to like? 'If there are pupils or classmates in your school who use signs in their everyday learning and communication then this book is for youIt contains a basic introduction to the signs needed for the day to day interactions and experiences in school settings primary and secondary school activities and instructions plus vocabulary to enable peer conversations that will be useful to classmates and school staff alikeIncludes Basic Handshape Key Left and Right Handed Fingerspelling Alphabets the American One Handed Fingerspelling Alphabet Days of the Week Months and Numbers plus a vocabulary of over 300 illustrated signs with written descriptions and a puzzle at the end of each section to test your learningWho can benefit? In addition to the clear needs of children who are deaf or partially hearing sign language is also used in education to benefit children and adults with a wide range of special needs such as• Down Syndrome • Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD • Dyslexia • Learning disability • Additional speech language and communication needs • English as a second language • And to benefit children’s development through Baby SigningSupported by the Let's Sign BSL series of resources


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  1. says:

    Absolutely delightful book very easy to understand the graphics are superb Thoroughly recommended Slightly disappointed in the packaging from the seller though It was not protected it came in a flimsy cardboard envelope unfortunately got damagedbent in transit Shame