The role of BSL in 'Total Communication'

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This is an article entitled 'Aiming for Total Communication' written for NASEN Special Extra Magazine Issue 8 July 2013 and gives an overview of the use of British Sign Language (BSL) signs in education.
It includes illustrated examples of the importance of facial expression in communication and 'iconicity' - the pictorial element of signs and how this can link to meaning.
BSL signs not only form the basis of communication for many children in the field of deafness and Special Educational Needs but there are some extremely encouraging developments by Luton Borough Council with whole schools learning signs targeted at specific areas of underachievement for hearing children.
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The role of BSL in 'Total Communication'
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The role of BSL in 'Total Communication'
The role of BSL in 'Total Communication'