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Sign Language. Melanie Hahne June 2003. Let’s Learn. If this little baby can learn sign language, so can you… Are you ready to learn the alphabet?. A. Make a fist with your thumb out. B. Hand open with fingers together and thumb bent. C.

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sign language

Sign Language

Melanie Hahne

June 2003

let s learn
Let’s Learn

If this little baby can learn sign language, so can you…

Are you ready to learn the alphabet?

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A

Make a fist with your thumb out

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B

Hand open with fingers together and thumb bent

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C

Curl fingers and thumb

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D

Hold index finger up and bend rest to touch thumb

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E

Bend fingers to touch side of thumb

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F

Bend index finger to thumb while others are straight

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G

Index finger and thumb together while other fingers are bent and move hand to side

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H

Index and middle finger straight while other fingers and thumb are bent and move hand to side

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I

Pinkie finger straight up while other fingers and thumb are bent

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J

Make the “I” sign and move hand to make a hook

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K

Index and middle finger straight up with thumb in front while other fingers are bent

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L

Index finger and thumb straight out with other fingers bent

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M

Make a fist with index, middle, and ring fingers bent over thumb

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N

Make a fist with Index and middle fingers over thumb

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O

Curl fingers over touching index finger to thumb

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P

Make the letter “K” then turn hand down and split fingers

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Q

Index finger and thumb straight out but apart then turn hand upside down

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R

Index finger crossing over middle finger

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S

Make a fist with thumb over top of the fist

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T

Make a fist with thumb under index finger

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U

Index an middle finger straight up together

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V

Index and middle finger straight up spread apart

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W

Index, middle, and ring fingers straight up and all spread apart

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X

Index finger curled

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Y

Index,middle, and ring fingers bent over while thumb and pinkie are straight

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Z

With index finger draw a “Z”

let s try some words
Let’s try some words

Hold and rock a baby

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Mom

Use open hand and put your thumb to your chin

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Dad

Open hand and put thumb to forehead

what s the difference between hearing impairment and deafness
Hearing Impairment

“an impairment in hearing, whether permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects a child's educational performance”

Deafness

"a hearing impairment that is so severe that the child is impaired in processing linguistic information through hearing, with or without amplification"

What’s the difference between Hearing Impairment and Deafness?
4 types of hearing loss
4 types of hearing loss
  • Conductive
    • Sensorineural
      • Mixed
        • Central
conductive and sensorineural
Conductive

Sensorineural

Conductive and Sensorineural
  • result from damage to the delicate sensory hair cells of the inner ear or the nerves which supply it
  • caused by diseases or obstructions in the outer or middle ear
central and mixed
Central

Mixed

Central and Mixed
  • results from damage or impairment to the nerves or nuclei of the central nervous system
  • problem occurs in both the outer or middle and the inner ear
want to know more
Want to know more?

Here are some sites that can help you:

http://where.com/scott.net/asl/

http://www.velocity.net/%7Elrose/aniasl/anisign.htm

http://www.nichcy.org/pubs/factshe/fs3txt.htm

http://www.funbrain.com/signs/