Synopses & Reviews
Sign Language Made Simple's unique format enables beginning signers to quickly and easily learn to communicate using signs and the manual alphabet. Ideal for independent study or as a classroom textbook, its 30 lessons introduce more than 1,500 American Sign Language signs in the context of 600 English sentences. All signs are clearly illustrated above their English equivalent, making the transition from English to signing relatively simple.
Sign Language Made Simple has been an invaluable learning tool for thousands of students. In this revised edition, the original format has been preserved and enhanced. Additional learning tools include memory aids, fingerspelling drills, practice sentences, and a complete index of the signs.
Discover Sign Language Made Simple's practical method for learning to sign and enjoy ready communication with individuals who are Deaf.
Teaches sign language in senteces rather than individual words. Includes graphic drawings, index, and sadditional learning tools.
About the Author
Edgar D. Lawrence Is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Special Education at Central Bible College, Springfield Missouri, Where He Has Taught Since 1963. After Receiving a Bachelor's Degree from Central Bible College, He Earned a Master's Degree from California State University at Northridge, Where He Completed the National Leadership Training Program in the Area of Deafness. in Addition to Teaching Classes on Deafness and Sign Language, He Has Authored Two Books-Sign Language Made Simple and Ministering to the Silent Minority. a Renowned Educator, He Was Honored in Outstanding Educators of America in 1975.