100 media results found for 'signs of development'

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Grade Level: PT/TT

Babies, whether they can hear or not, respond more quickly and are able to express their thoughts "verbally" earlier in sign language than with vocal language. Designed to teach parents, relatives, and caregivers to communicate with babies and to...Read More

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Designed for parents and educational personnel working with students or children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Explores the many facets of childhood development including social growth, emotional development, physical changes and expectations, ...Read More

Sports And PE Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Master storyteller and sports lover, Andy Lazorisak, hosts this rough and tumble workshop, designed to teach you the signs for the most popular sports and games. Exercises and stories assist in the retention of these signs. (Continuing Education...Read More

Sports And PE Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Master storyteller and sports lover, Andy Lazorisak, hosts this rough and tumble workshop, designed to teach you the signs for the most popular sports and games. Exercises and stories assist in the retention of these signs. (Continuing Education...Read More

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Gives a brief overview of some of the more common terms found in statistics to assist in making interpretations conceptually more accurate. Complexities that exist with foreign terms and synonyms, but have different meanings in statistics, are al...Read More

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Provides language development information for educators and interpreters (in an educational setting) regarding problems often faced by deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Defines the role of the interpreter in language development for these studen...Read More

English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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Grade Level: PT/TT

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...Read More

English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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Grade Level: PT/TT

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...Read More

English Equivalents In American Sign Language
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Grade Level: PT/TT

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...Read More

International Cities & Historical Name Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Focuses on name signs of the world pertaining to cities, world leaders, and historical events or persons. Also provides an in-depth background discussion on the origin of each sign. Storytelling method used for relating history. (Continuing Educa...Read More

International Cities & Historical Name Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Focuses on name signs of the world pertaining to cities, world leaders, and historical events or persons. Also provides an in-depth background discussion on the origin of each sign. Storytelling method used for relating history. (Continuing Educa...Read More

International Cities & Historical Name Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Focuses on name signs of the world pertaining to cities, world leaders, and historical events or persons. Also provides an in-depth background discussion on the origin of each sign. Storytelling method used for relating history. (Continuing Educa...Read More

International Cities & Historical Name Signs
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Grade Level: PT/TT

Focuses on name signs of the world pertaining to cities, world leaders, and historical events or persons. Also provides an in-depth background discussion on the origin of each sign. Storytelling method is used for relating history. (Continuing Ed...Read More

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Addresses the interpreting process from ASL (and other forms of signing) to spoken English. Deals with many aspects of voice interpreting such as preparedness (mental, physical, and professional), information and process management, linguistic di...Read More

Developed with the help of speech and language experts, these programs teach parents how to sign with their babies and encourage early communication. Babies naturally use a combination of gestures and sounds as part of typical speech development. ...Read More

Around The Globe
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This workshop will address identification patterns and how countries and cities around the world establish their name signs according to: domestic identification, internal identification, and national identification. (Continuing Education Units [...Read More

Science Nation
Episode 148
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Grade Level: 7 - 12

Experts say learning sign language is on par with an English speaker trying to learn Japanese. It’s not easy. And for this reason about 75% of hearing parents can't sign fluently to their deaf children. Thad Starner, director of the Contextual Com...Read More

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Focuses on tips and strategies for working with deaf performers. Provides a discussion of texts as well as applications to narratives presented by deaf performers. Shares tips on applying text analysis, including strategies for dealing with chall...Read More

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Focuses on five features of the visual vernacular which include: long shot, fast/slow motion, zoom, panoramic view, and role shifting. Teaches how to use these techniques to enhance storytelling ability. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] availa...Read More

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Explores the duties of an interpreter in medical settings from the perspective of a medical professional who is also an interpreter. Interpreter duties are often compounded by the context of each setting. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] availab...Read More