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Signs Of Communication: Development For Babies

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 toddlers using American Sign Language . Provides strategies for meeting the communication needs of infants as they grow. (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.

Deaf Childhood Development

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, intellectual growth and stimulation needs, and communicative development of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Provides tips for ensuring children are moving through the stages of growth appropriately and how to identify problems that need to be addressed. Contains activities and information to stimulate further research and learning on this topic. (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.

Language Development In Deaf Or Hard-Of-Hearing Children

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 students, and how to measure the student's language level in order to provide the best access to the lessons being presented in the classroom. (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.

Sports & P.E. Signs #1

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 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.

Sports & P.E. Signs #2

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 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.

ASL Sign Terms For Statistics

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 also explored. (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.

English Equivalents In American Sign Language #1

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.

English Equivalents In American Sign Language #2

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.

English Equivalents In American Sign Language #3

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.

International Cities & Historical Name Signs #1

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 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.

International Cities & Historical Name Signs #2a

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 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.

International Cities & Historical Name Signs #2b

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 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.

International Cities & Historical Name Signs #3

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 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.

Sign-To-Voice Interpreting: Your License To Drive

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 differences between ASL and English, register, and strategies for clarification and correction. Provides exercises to develop knowledge and skill by working through guided activities, and uses texts from a variety of native, deaf ASL models. (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.

Say, Sing And Sign

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. This series builds upon a these sounds and gestures by incorporating signs and to help little ones communicate.

Around The Globe: Identification Strategies--Domestic Identification Of Country And City Name Signs

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 [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.

Signing Made Easy

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 Computing Group at Georgia Tech, and his team are developing devices to bridge this communication gap. With funding from the National Science Foundation, they’re making it easier for both kids and parents to learn sign language.

English Equivalents In American Sign Language

Assists viewers in the development of lexical banks or options to vary interpretations in English. Students and interpreters learn to manage the flow of information exchange from ASL to English and from English to ASL. They also become aware of idiomatic English usage.

Academic ASL

More and more consumers who are deaf or hard of hearing are accessing advanced academic studies. Because of this, interpreters are challenged to develop their skills to interpret appropriately in higher level academia. Addresses various aspects of academic register that slightly set it apart from working in other registers. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] available from the producer of this product. See CD for details.) PC REQUIREMENTS: Pentium IV 1 GHz w/256 Meg RAM and Windows '98 or better, Internet Explorer 5.0 or above, 40x or faster CD-ROM Drive, Apple QuickTime 6.0, and Macromedia Flash Player. MAC REQUIREMENTS: G4 800 MHz w/256 Meg RAM or faster, Internet Explorer 5.0 or above, 40x or faster CD-ROM Drive, Apple QuickTime 6.0, and Macromedia Flash Player. NOTE: Apple QuickTime and Flash are required. These free products are included on all Signs of Development CDs and are standard PC and Macintosh applications that are required to view the Signs of Development WWWorkshops. NOTE: This interactiv...Read More

American Deaf Culture

Provides an understanding of what is involved within cultures, specifically Deaf culture. Provides an overview of characteristics of cultures and their applications to Deaf culture. Covers interpreting for ASL students, parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, educators and professionals who work with these children, and anyone who is interested in learning about and understanding Deaf Culture. NOTE: Provided in American Sign Language with English captions. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] available from the producer of this product. See CD for details.) PC REQUIREMENTS: Pentium IV 1 GHz w/256 Meg RAM and Windows '98 or better, Internet Explorer 5.0 or above, 40x or faster CD-ROM Drive, Apple QuickTime 6.0, and Macromedia Flash Player. MAC REQUIREMENTS: G4 800 MHz w/256 Meg RAM or faster, Internet Explorer 5.0 or above, 40x or faster CD-ROM Drive, Apple QuickTime 6.0, and Macromedia Flash Player. NOTE: Apple QuickTime and Flash are required. These free products are included on all Signs of De...Read More