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DHH ASL English Flash Cards: Sign Choices Reading Phrases | SCRP 01 | 3 pg Video

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Not Grade Specific
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  • PDF
3 pages


The Reading And Sign Language TPT store is adding the first of many sets of Flashcards & Sign Cards - Sign Choices for Reading Phrases | SCRP 01 |. See below for access to view a free captioned Sign Choices for Reading Phrases video online or try this link: https://youtu.be/3lmoBFVzyzE.

Included in the Sign Choices for Reading Phrases | SCRP 01 | set are:

♦Page 1: 8.5 x 11" page with flashcards for 4 phrases, size 0.8 x 5.1", Comic Sans font, green ink (RGB: 0, 126, 2), 55 pt.

♦Page 2: 8.5 x 11" page with 6 captioned phrase cards with color images of signers, size 2.0 x 2.7." For 4 of the cards you will see an ASL Handshape for numbers showing the number of signs for a phrase. A number 2 means 2 signs or two sign choices are provided for a phrase. The phrases are:

look at (2)

look at me

come here

come on (2)

♦Page 3: 8.5 x 11" page with two Progress Monitoring flashcards size 1.4 x 4.8,” Comic Sans font, black ink, 40 pt. with a 1 x 1.3” photo.

Card 1: “Know”

Card 2: “Not yet learn”

♦Page 4: Table of Contents

♦Page 5: Terms of Use and Reading And Sign Language expresses appreciation for your interest in the Reading And Sign Language Store. Fine print for websites containing Reading And Sign Language Videos.

Important note about printing or photocopying:

Images of signer in color print best with color ink

On some printers we’ve found black and white ink produces satisfactory image quality of signer

Image quality of signer deteriorates when documents printed in color ink or black and white ink are photocopied

You may view a free captioned sign language Sign Choices for Reading Phrases video. Access the video by reading the small print at the bottom of the Terms of Use page.

Did you know that American Sign Language is not a written language?

Images in items in the Reading And Sign Language Store on TPT may provide visual prompts to recall signs for words and phrases. Images in the items are not intended to teach how to communicate using ASL. There are many ways to learn sign language including taking ASL courses, interacting with Deaf people or hearing people who sign and by viewing some videos on YouTube.

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on the Reading And Sign Language YouTube Channel: Reading And Sign Language

The Reading And Sign Language Channel helps Deaf readers understand print through sign language.

Enjoy and thank you very much for your interest in Reading And Sign Language!

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