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How to Write American Sign Language
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Summary

How to Write American Sign Language is a concise, in-depth guide to written ASL. Students of all ages can use this book to learn how to write ASL at their own pace or in a guided group.

The easy-to-follow chapters are filled with clear photographs, illustrations, and examples designed for independent study at home as well as for use in the classroom.

Each 100-page edition is bound and printed on a special smooth writing paper, with plenty of space for writing in ASL.

Reviews

How to Write American Sign Language is very accessible . . . The written ASL system is an elegant and economical approach to adapting ASL to the written modality. I would love to see written ASL become part of the curriculum for Deaf students and ASL learners of all ages.”
, author of American Sign Language and Early Literacy


“Adrean Clark’s How to Write American Sign Language is visually engaging and thoughtfully structured to encourage newbies to try their hand at writing ASL. This book builds upon Robert Arnold’s revolutionary approach to writing ASL and makes it accessible. This is an excellent introduction to the exciting world of writing ASL, and a fantastic way to look at the language in a different light.”
, author of Silence Is a Four-Letter Word: On Art & Deafness



More Details

Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: ASLwriteJuly 2012
Size: 8.5 x 11 inches
ISBN-10: 0-9858768-0-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-9858768-0-7
Language: American Sign Language, English

eBook PDF: 100 pages
Publisher: ASLwriteOctober 2012
File Size: 7.6 MB
ISBN-10: 0-9858768-1-6
ISBN-13: 978-0-9858768-1-4
Language: American Sign Language, English