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The Art of Sign Language (Pocket Guide)by Christopher Brown
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Learning sign language is a rewarding experience, which can lead to greater communication skill. This basic introduction guide is for people without any prior knowledge of using sign language. The approach to "Signed English" is based upon the way a child would first be taught their first language. In 17 separate sections, The Art of Sign Language teaches different themed exercises.ranging from everyday communication with people to the body, home, school, and leisure, eating, drinking and general descriptions.
About the Author
Christopher Brown is a Canadian presently living in England. While employed at the Canadian airport, he experienced situations where there was a need for sign language to help assist hearing impaired passengers. This prompted him to learn how to sign and eventually publish The Art of Sign Language. Since his move to the UK, he has been registered with the American Embassy in London and is asked to assist with people visiting Great Britain. Christopher is also a regular visitor at the Tobago School For the Deaf and Hearing Impaired.
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