In 500 Flash Cards of American Sign Language, close-up color photos show a model signing words in ASL. Learn correct formation of hand shapes, and how they are emphasized to eliminate confusion with the American Sign Language Flash Cards. This will enable the reader to communicate more effectively. Where needed, photos include directional arrows to indicate proper hand or arm movements are some of the features this magnificent set of American Sign Language Flash Cards has to offer.
For added clarification, the backs of the American Sign Language Flash Cards contain descriptions of hand and arm motions as well as cross-references to related words and synonyms. This boxed set is great for use by ASL students of any age and ability level.
Each flash card is hole-punched and a metal ring is provided, allowing readers to group related signs together, practice forming sentences or separate words that they have difficulty signing for further review. Box set measures: 5 High x 5 Wide x 3.5 Deep.
About the Author: Geoffrey S. Poor is Associate Professor, Department of Sign Language and Interpreting Education at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY.