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Family Sign Language: Lessons 5-7 (Spanish)

An instructional guide offering parents of children who are deaf an array of ideas and practical advice on teaching their children sign language. The three-video series consists of ten lessons containing vocabulary, educational and cultural information, practice sessions, and teaching suggestions. The lessons include over 400 signs, plus numbers, fingerspelling, classifiers, and ASL stories. Reviews adjectives, numbers, personal information, and school vocabulary.

Family Sign Language: Lessons 8-10 (Spanish)

An instructional guide offering parents of children who are deaf an array of ideas and practical advice on teaching their children sign language. The three-video series consists of ten lessons containing vocabulary, educational and cultural information, practice sessions, and teaching suggestions. The lessons include over 400 signs, plus numbers, fingerspelling, classifiers, and ASL stories. Covers verbs, manners, colors, clothing, and classifiers.

Signing Fiesta Video Series 3: Video #3--Let's Go! (Spanish)

The third in a set of three instructional videos that teach basic sign language through Spanish and English. Geared toward Latino parents of deaf children who use American Sign Language (ASL) or Signed English (SE). Presented in a bilingual format. Introduces fingerspelling and signs related to going out, questions, and other ideas.

Hands Off Tobacco

This series educates students about peer pressure, self-esteem, and how to say no to using tobacco products. The six segments feature key instructional elements along with specific health and safety content that is appropriate for students. This series is also presented in American Sign Language (ASL).

Family Sign Language: Lessons 1-4 (Spanish)

An instructional guide offering parents of children who are deaf an array of ideas and practical advice on teaching their children sign language. The three-video series consists of ten lessons containing vocabulary, educational and cultural information, practice sessions, and teaching suggestions. The lessons include over 400 signs, plus numbers, fingerspelling, classifiers, and ASL stories. Covers family titles, types of sentences, time concepts, and numbers.

All About DCMP's Learning Center and eLearning

DCMP's Learning Center provides information, guidelines, parent and educator resources, and eLearning resources pertaining to DCMP and accessibility in educational media. From DCMP Help Center

DCMP: A Valued Resource

Looking around the classroom, Sarah wondered how she would meet the diverse needs of her students in teaching History. After reading their school records and talking with other teachers, she knew that four students came from families where English was a second language, but that many more lacked the background knowledge and vocabulary needed to comprehend her content; three students in the class had moderate to profound hearing loss; and one student had little vision. From Debbie Pfeiffer, Ed.D., CED about educators

What I Should Have Known About Captioning...

The script was written, the instructors selected, the television production team assembled, and the studio reserved. One essential aspect of the project was missing—the captioning experts. Filming could not proceed without their input. From Pamela H. Beck, M.Ed. about captioning, educators