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Music For The Eyes, Volume 1

52 minutes 30 seconds

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Contains a collection of ASL stories told by Mindy Moore and Theron Parker. Mindy Moore's talent is displayed in her act about the World Trade Center bombings, which impacts audiences in a way they can never forget. Theron Parker is a master illusionist with hand shows of the alphabet, numbers, and storytelling. He presents a "Star Wars" act in ABC and the legendary Michael Jordan with numbers 1-23. He also acts out the old, famous legend "Jabberwocky" from "Alice in Wonderland," written by Lewis Caroll. Also features renowned ASL storyteller Jerry Hassell.

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A group of people walk down a city street overlayed on a map of North America. Caption. You may be aware of the fact that there are 25 million people in the United States alone.
23 minutes 3 seconds
Grade Level: 10 - 12
Woman faces camera and gestures in sign language, making an L shape with thumb and index finger. Caption. And coordinating both the interpreter and ASL programs.
1 hours 27 minutes 27 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -
Woman at door of a brick building. Caption. So with the 16 Black students and 4 Black teachers, they set up what...
43 minutes 19 seconds
Grade Level: K - 12
Black and white photo of a Black couple, woman gestures using sign language. Caption. M, A, L, A, I, K, A.
1 hours 31 minutes 59 seconds
Grade Level: 9 - 12
Blonde woman looks at camera, holding up a closed fist with pinky raised. Caption. Sign to voice interpreter. Hi, my name is Lucinda O'Grady Batch.
15 minutes 25 seconds
Grade Level: 9 - 12
Valerie Sutton stands in a blue interior space and does sign language towards the camera. Caption. I invented Sign Writing back in 1974.
29 minutes 57 seconds
Grade Level: 9 - 12
Man wearing a name badge pauses at a conference booth, using sign language to talk to another man wearing a badge. Behind the booth, a sign reads, "Tomato Chef." Caption. That's why the word Deaf is always spelled with a capital D.
Deaf TV
Episode 1
23 minutes 3 seconds
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Middle-aged man in business attire in an office setting. He faces camera and uses sign language, holding 1 fist up facing inward. Caption. School aged Deaf youth.
Deaf TV
Episode 2
34 minutes 11 seconds
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Video screen shows a woman with blonde straight hair looking out and using sign language, touching a closed fist with thumb up to the top of the other hand. Text on image reads, "Deaf West Theatre in North Hollywood, California."
Deaf TV
Episode 3
22 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: 7 - 12
Still image from: Did You Know? ASL Idioms (Episode 1)
Did You Know? ASL Idioms
Episode 1
1 minutes 20 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT -

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    THERESE M. (ARDEN HILLS, MN)
    September 7th, 2017 at 08:44 PM

    High School student really enjoy this.