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Peter Cook, a Deaf performing artist, demonstrates the importance of facial expression, gesture, mime, and body language for telling stories. He tells several original stories, including handshape stories, to show his points.
Runtime: 44 minutes 30 seconds
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This video was a great help in teaching story telling techniques. I highly recommend it.
Peter Cook is an amazing ASL storyteller and a great role model for Deaf children!
An excellent video to help understand and implement the importance of facial expressions and body language.
Great learning tool.
My students of all ages and abilities love this!
Perfect movie showing how to use classifiers in ASL
Kids love Peter!
Love Peter cook videos! He is a great example of ASL storytelling for my students!
I enjoyed this video from Peter Cook. His suggestions will help me improve my production skills. I laughed so hard while watching Peter. It was a nice experience.
This one has always been a favorite for students :-).
5 STARS ALL THE WAY!!!
Hillarious....actually heard my deaf student laughing and she's usually skeptical about signed media!!
Five stars. Peter Cooke is a great advocate and role model for Deaf individuals.
This is a great video that I will use with my class when I start teaching story telling
This was a great asset to our ASL curriculum unit on ASL Poetry
was so fun
Helps every Deaf see how important expression is in story telling. Peter Cook is the best!!!
Good practice for Sign Language Interpreters for Sign-to-Voice interpreting.
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