Sign Language Course - Vol. 8
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(Jun 29, 2010)
The 10-DVD set of SAY IT WITH SIGN features Larry and Sharon Solow, who for more than twenty years have been teaching Sign Language to children and adults of all ages, and take great care to explain how to use Sign Language, continually signing everything they say, using each taught sign in several sentences.
Sign Language is now believed to be the third most popular language in the United States (after English and Spanish) and is used by everyone from athletes to stock traders, as well as being taught to and accepted as a second language in a growing number of colleges.
There are 40 half-hour lessons in the SAY IT WITH SIGN series, each containing a series of new Signs, several Fingerspelling exercises, and some sample Dialogue given to teach conversational phrasing. There are 4 lessons on each 2-hour DVD, and every 5th lesson is a review of the preceding 4 lessons. This is the most popular and comprehensive DVD Sign Language course available.
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Volume 8 of the SAY IT WITH SIGN set contains the following 4 lessons:
LESSON #29: Beauty Parlor / Occupations
Some of the Signs in this lesson: beautician, another/other, what, interpreter, true, good, doctor, my dancer, students, how, teacher, dentist, salesperson, become, lawyer
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: do you need help? yes. I'm looking for the hospital; it's right down there; a policeman told me to take the bus to the hospital; that's the hospital near the fire station; thank you. I need to hurry; what's wrong? Are you sick?; yes, I need a doctor. I'm in pain; wait here, I'll call an ambulance; thank you, that's O.K., I'll take the bus
Fingerspelling practice words in this Lesson: BUS, OK, BOOK, SUB, BOOKS, BOSS, BOO SOB
LESSON #30: Review of Lessons 26,27,28,29
Practice Dialogue in this lesson: yesterday my doctor bought a telephone for his car; wow! I want a car telephone too; the doctor needs to call the hospital, do you?; no... does he have a telephone for his boat?; no... he does have a TTY at home; why does he have a TTY?; his mother is deaf; oh yes, she calls often calls him; (and) he often calls his mother; it's good that they can use the telephone
LESSON #31: Family Vacation
Some of the Signs in this lesson: father, mother, child, sister, grandpa, brother, grandma, family, cousin, niece, nephew, daughter, drive, to, Arizona, vacation, travel, same/too, son, from
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: my mother and father are here; yes, they drove here from Arizona; my sister and her children are here; she has two sons; we have a daughter; yes, the children are cousins; her sons are our nephews; our daughter is her niece; they have the same grandma and grandpa; we are a family
Fingerspelling practice words in this Lesson: GO, DO, DOG, GOD, DIG, DIE, GIG, ID, DODGE, GEODE
LESSON #32: Vacationing
Some of the Signs in this lesson: many, fish, but, all, enjoy, fishing, nephew, niece, love, fun, my, family, travel, true, camp/tent, eat, home, vacation, together/with, much happy, more
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: I'm glad we took a vacation with your family; we certainly travelled a lot; I enjoyed fishing with my nephews; yes, camping was so much fun; we caught lots of fish; we sure ate lots of fish; it's more fun to eat fish I caught; that's true, and my family loves to travel; we all love to travel; that's true, but I enjoy being home
Fingerspelling practice words in this Lesson: HONE, EWE, WOW, WON, WOE, ONE, NOW, OW, OH, WE, NON, NOON, WOO
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