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About the author


Razi Zarchy is a hearing Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in the Sacramento, California area, working primarily in a Deaf Education program. Leah Geer is an Associate Professor of ASL and Deaf Studies at California State University, Sacramento

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American Sign Language at Home
A Family Curriculum
by Razi Zarchy and Leah Geer

Overview


An innovative, family-centered American Sign language curriculum designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. Links to digital materials can be found on our website, which is in the frontmatter of the text.
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Description


This innovative, family-centered American Sign Language curriculum is designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. It consists of an introductory chapter, then four main content chapters organized around a daily routine common in young children's lives. These routines include meal time, bath time, diaper changes, and book sharing. Families can use the book on their own, or with any service providers they work with, including but not limited to: speech-language pathologists, Deaf Mentors and Coaches, Teachers of the Deaf and other early interventionists. This was envisioned as a digital book only; the text references videos and other digital downloads. These are all available on our website
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Overview


An innovative, family-centered American Sign language curriculum designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. Links to digital materials can be found on our website, which is in the frontmatter of the text.

Read more

Description


This innovative, family-centered American Sign Language curriculum is designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. It consists of an introductory chapter, then four main content chapters organized around a daily routine common in young children's lives. These routines include meal time, bath time, diaper changes, and book sharing. Families can use the book on their own, or with any service providers they work with, including but not limited to: speech-language pathologists, Deaf Mentors and Coaches, Teachers of the Deaf and other early interventionists. This was envisioned as a digital book only; the text references videos and other digital downloads. These are all available on our website

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Book details

Genre:EDUCATION

Subgenre:Special Education / Communicative Disorders

Language:English

Pages:92

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098339128


Overview


An innovative, family-centered American Sign language curriculum designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. Links to digital materials can be found on our website, which is in the frontmatter of the text.

Read more

Description


This innovative, family-centered American Sign Language curriculum is designed for families with young deaf children and the professionals who support them. It consists of an introductory chapter, then four main content chapters organized around a daily routine common in young children's lives. These routines include meal time, bath time, diaper changes, and book sharing. Families can use the book on their own, or with any service providers they work with, including but not limited to: speech-language pathologists, Deaf Mentors and Coaches, Teachers of the Deaf and other early interventionists. This was envisioned as a digital book only; the text references videos and other digital downloads. These are all available on our website

Read more

About the author


Razi Zarchy is a hearing Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in the Sacramento, California area, working primarily in a Deaf Education program. Leah Geer is an Associate Professor of ASL and Deaf Studies at California State University, Sacramento

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