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Learning Sign Language Book #1 at Amazon Hot New Release

My new book, Learning Sign Language, is #1 in the “Hot New Releases” at Amazon in its category! That’s not like being a #1 best seller yet, but it does give the book more exposure. If you would like to help the exposure more, please leave a review at Amazon and/or the other retailers. You […]

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Sign Language is Not English

This is a guest post written by Jonathan Peach. Jonathan works at a hospital as an RN and also freelance interprets. I asked him what he would like to share with new sign language students and here was his reply. Sign language is not English that is put on the hands. American Sign Language (ASL) […]

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Book: Learning Sign Language

Purchase┬áLearning Sign Language Amazon Kindle Store B&N Nook Bookstore Kobo Bookstore Contents Of course the book is about learning sign language. However, it isn’t a list of vocabulary and a bunch of pictures. There are many great sign language dictionaries that you can find and use. My book is a book full of tips and […]

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Hurricane Sandy Interpreter — Lydia Callis

There was no video last week due to me being sick and preparing for a conference where I was able to talk about sign language and interpreting with a group of college students. A new video will be out either today or tomorrow. In the news last week was the landfall of Hurricane Sandy in […]

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Sign Language Alphabet – ASL

There are tons of great resources on the web for learning the alphabet. Because it is only 26 images, it makes it easy to create a single sheet handout for sign language classes. Listed below are few suggestions for getting started. Google Image Search for ‘ASL Alphabet‘ has a printable alphabet sheet LifePrint has […]

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