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Guillory, L. M. (1966). Expressive and Receptive Fingerspelling for Hearing Adults.
Baton Rouge, LA: Claitor’s Book Store.
This 42-page paperback booklet helps teach fingerspelling phonetically. Line drawings of the American manual alphabet, drill lists, a discussion of fingerspelling, and hints are included.
How to say it in sign.
With over 500 photos and an instructional DVD.
Focusing on the less formal and more popular PSE (Pidgin Sign English), this is the perfect guide to the fundamentals of communicating through sign in a variety of everyday situations. Inside, readers will discover how to sign for small talk, emotions, directions, weather, family and friends, special occasions, recreation, travel, around the house, dining out, shopping, education, at the workplace, emergencies, and more.
• Includes more than 500 photos
• First and only book on sign language that contains a DVD
• There are approximately two million deaf people in the United States
• 90% of deaf children are born to hearing parents, and PSE is the form of signing most often learned and taught by parents