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English Equivalents In American Sign Language #2

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Assists participants in developing lexical banks, or options, to vary interpretations in English. Designed to help students and interpreters confidently manage the flow of information exchange from ASL to English and from English to ASL. Helps the user develop a basic understanding of ASL linguistics in layperson terms, develop lexical equivalents to sign items, and become aware of idiomatic English usage. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] available from the producer of this product. See the “Post Test” for details.) NOTE: This interactive web content is not compatible with iOS or Android devices. Certain versions of desktop browsers may also experience compatibility issues, as this legacy content heavily uses Adobe Flash animations.

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English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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Grade Level: PT/TT -
English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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  • Tiny me
    Anonymous (GRAND RAPIDS, MI)
    May 11th, 2015 at 08:34 AM

    Trix Bruce is an awesome sign model for interpreters and teachers of the deaf/ASL!