By Cheri J. Meiners M.Ed.
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Then close fingertips, separate the hands and bring them straight up, opening the hands. American Sign Language American Sign Language (ASL) is recognized by many school systems as a legitimate language, like Spanish and French, and it is being taught as a language elective. Like these other languages, ASL has a grammatical base different from English and a vocabulary all its own. ASL has idioms and slang, and like other languages, slight nuances in a sign or the facial expression used with it can alter the meaning being conveyed.
My Signing Book of Numbers is not meant to Page 51 be a counting book; however, it can be usea for this purpose if a child is old enough to understand thiss concept. Once a child can count, there are two more signs that may be helpfulcount and how many. count Right hand F shape, left hand open; right palm down, left palm at an angle; move right thumb along left palm from heel to fingertips. how many Both hands open and curved; palms down; put hands in front of chest, index fingers touching, then roll fingers together until little fingers are touching and the palms are up.
All of the objects represented in this book, except elephant, are plural. In ASL, the idea of plurality is usually conveyed by repeating the sign. " The sign illustrations show how to sign the concept once. Page 54 Sign Descriptions balls Both hands C shape; palms facing; put hands in front of chest with thumbs and fingertips touching, then move hands apart and back together several times. bugs 3 shape; palm left; place thumb on nose and bend index and middle fingers a few times. chickens Thumb and index finger straight and touching, other fingers closed; palm facing out; place hand at side of mouth and open and close thumb and index finger several times.