Promoting Language Through Physical Educationhelps physical education teachers integrate non-English speakers and Deaf children in their classes. Games and strategies allow teachers to infuse language into their daily classes, and Spanish and sign language dictionaries contain key words and phrases. A bound-in DVD-ROM presents common terms in both Spanish and American Sign Language and offers many reproducibles.
Swear Description: Extended little finger of closed hand starts on corner of mouth and moves forwards sharply. Definition: To use profane or obscene language. - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/swear/#sthash.umMSuLpL.dpuf
Work Description: Both flat hands at right angles - one above the other. Bottom edge of dominant hand taps top edge of other hand. Definition: Physical or mental effort directed toward achieving some result. Also Means: job, career, working - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/work/#sthash.WjFyqfzf.dpuf
After the Slience, Very good movie. Laura is a 20 year old deaf girl who has never been taught sign language. She is rescued from neglect and physical abuse by Pam, a social worker. Pam teaches her how to communicate and uncovers Laura's true personality.
Workout Description: Both flat open hands move up and down from shoulders. Definition: A period or program of physical exercise. Also Means: exercise - See more at: http://www.british-sign.co.uk/british-sign-language/how-to-sign/workout/#sthash.hxw5wXqe.dpuf