Deaf Culture 201 Book
This Deaf Culture 201: A Visual Reference to Deaf Culture, American Sign Language and ASL Interpreting book contains brand-new never-seen-before memoirs, stories and hundreds of questions about Deaf Culture, American Sign Language and ASL interpreting. This large volume 2 book is a collection of years and years of Deaf Culture that are put together in one book. A must have for every ASL student, teacher, interpreter, professional, family member and everyone!
This visual-rich photo book is designed best for ASL classes at high schools, adult education programs, colleges and universities as a curriculum material! Every page is in FULL COLOR and are excellent resource for self-study, ASL teaching, classroom discussions and group handouts.
Library of Congress Control Number: 2016904201
Deaf Culture Discussion Questions
Cultural Notes / Memoirs / Stories
Gilda Toby Ganezer is the author and designer of the book currently used throughout the world today.
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