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Peter Cook, a Deaf performing artist, tells original stories in ASL, pantomime, and movement. Includes "Batman," "It's Not Easy to Be Deaf," and "My First Word," as well as many others.
Runtime: 53 minutes 37 seconds
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This video sparked huge excitement about American Sign Language literature! The students want more!
Excellent literary model for American Sign Language. The non-manual markers are amazing.
Peter Cook is an excellent example of ASL's beautiful expression as seen in the facial expressions, prosody, and constructed action.
My hearing students enjoyed his storytelling and poems. They found them engaging.
Peter Cook is always a great resource for ASL and facial expressions.
I appreciate this resource! Learning more about Peter cook and ASL poetry will help me to be a better Interpreters.
Love this! Great way to show Deaf Culture through ASL stories. I wish that the actor would do more!
great video illustrating ASl storytelling and great teaching tool in the classroom
Great video for my ASL students to see language alive!
DCMP has improved so much with better access to technology - streaming. It is tough to find DVD materials related to ASL and Deafness for ASL classes with Deaf teacher requiring captions. Please keep this up! I definitely plan to use this service MORE for sure! Thank you!
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Administered by the National Association of the Deaf