Sign Language Idioms, Vol. 1-2 Set
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NOTE: The video components will NOT play in devices with iOS7 at the present moment. Older iOS versions will run just fine.
This app contains 70 idioms/phrases and sentence examples in Sign Language.
You will learn how to translate these example idioms into American Sign Language as follows:
Idiom / Phrase Examples in this app:
an ASL pro
break up with someone
not made for each other
it's for real
a slap in the face
dressed to kill
guilty as charged
lost in thought
...and much more - 70 full sentences and 70 idioms translated into ASL!
NOTE: The video components will not play in all devices with iOS7 at the present moment. Older iOS versions will run just fine.
Your bilingual experience learning idioms and phrases in American Sign Language begins with Gilda Ganezer and Avery Posner, your Deaf ASL teachers in this app!
- 70 idioms and phrases in American Sign Language and their translations into English (and vice versa)
- 70 idioms and phrases in complete ASL and English sentences (over 1,400 words in sentences)
- how to use each idiom & phrase with proper facial expression, body movement, handshape, sign location and fluency
- you will be able to navigate to find the idiom/phrase alphabetically
- practice and test your receptive skills with an interactive quiz
- every idiom and phrase in ASL is shown in videos, both in slower and normal speeds to give one the opportunity to learn receptively and expressively
These idioms and phrases in ASL are useful during conversations and/or interactions at events, meetings, clubs, Deaf schools, parties and work places. This app is also useful as a teaching tool!
These idioms and phrases were selected from our 5-DVD collection "Idioms & Phrases in American Sign Language, Vol. 1-5 DVD" set containing over 250 idioms & phrases and all of their translations as well as outrageous bloopers and outtakes. You can learn more about these DVDs and other products at http://www.EverydayASL.com
Gilda Ganezer is a culturally Deaf professor and co-creator, singer, songwriter, director/producer, dancer and sign model for a series of ASL DVDs at Everyday ASL Productions in New York. With 30 years of ASL and interpreter training/teaching experience and running an American Sign Language educational company, Ms. Ganezer has trained teachers and ASL researchers the fundamentals of the language. She has also developed and utilized ASL & idioms curriculum for colleges and universities. Ms. Ganezer is a master trainer on the methods of teaching ASL/English idioms and phrases with signing accuracies and precision (i.e. exhibiting ‘accents’ while expressing). For a number of years, Ms. Ganezer has also taught at accredited ASL courses at Long Island University at C.W. Post. Gilda is a co-founder of Everyday ASL Productions, Ltd.
Avery Posner is a Certified Deaf Interpreter - Provisional (CDI-P) and worked for the Registry of Interpreters of the Deaf (RID) as a consultant and is certified in Sign Communication Proficiency Interview (SCPI) rater training program offered by Gallaudet University since 1995. He is a Deaf educator / curriculum developer from an all-Deaf family who is also a co-creator, director, producer, scriptwriter and author of several ASL / Interpreter training books and DVDs for Everyday ASL Productions which carries products now seen and sold in over 70 countries today. Mr. Posner has over 20 years of experience in ASL and Interpreter Training Program curriculum and trainings for educational interpreters throughout universities, public school systems, hospitals and businesses.
I downloaded this app after ready it the review and thought there was more positive than negative reviews. Well, this app does not work. I get only part of the app, for example, I get the various
idioms but when I click on one it changes include o a black screen and stays on hat way. I have to back out of the app to g t back into the app. When I click on the quiz, but only by the answers. I have emailed the company several time and have. It heard back from them.
If you want to learn ASL (or any other language) you have to take a real class--videos are not substitutes for real instruction. But this app is a great resource for extra practice!! The example sentences are quite long, which I LOVE because it demonstrates more grammar.
WHAT A WASTE
I bought this program..they mouth the words so the quiz is kinda stupid. Loaded it but only got thru M...where's the rest??? save yer $$ and take a local class. You'll get more out of it...
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- Category: Education
- Released: Jan 15, 2010
- Version: idi1-2
- Size: 148 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Everyday ASL Productions, Ltd.
- © 2009 Everyday ASL Productions, Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.