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Sign Language Course - Vol. 9
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 9 of the SAY IT WITH SIGN set contains the following 4 lessons:
Lesson 33: Megan at Two
Some of the Signs in this lesson: birth, baby, cake, candle, birthday, gift/present, have, ribbon wrap/present, happy, grow up, drink, receive, party, punch, age, year, now, day, child, adult
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: today is Megan's birthday; yes, she's two today; she keeps on growing; she had cake and candles; and got many gifts; the gifts are wrapped with ribbon; she had a party; we drank punch; she is happy today
Fingerspelling practice words: MAMA, SAM, MEN, MENS, MAN, MASS, SEE, ME, MESA, SEA, SEAMAN, SEAS
Lesson 34: Food
Some of the Signs in this lesson: eat/food, hamburger, hotdog, French fries, potato, spaghetti, catsup, later, flavor/taste, chicken, salad, pie, ice cream, chocolate, what, with, like, want, no, too/same, and
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: I like hotdogs with catsup; I like hamburgers with catsup; the baby likes French fries with catsup; I want to eat chicken and salad later; OK, do you want potato and pie, too?; no, I want spaghetti and ice cream; what flavor do you want?; chocolate ice cream; I want chocolate ice cream and pie; OK, we'll eat ice cream and pie
Fingerspelling practice words: TOTO, VETO, OK, VET, TOTE, VOTE, K.O., TOT, TETE, TEE, TO TOO, VEE, EVOKE
Lesson 35: Review of Lessons 31,32,33,34
Practice Dialogue in this lesson: my family likes to travel a lot; so does mine, and so do we; the baby like camping; you like to fish and camp; and I like to drive; my parents drive a lot; my parents drive a lot, too; our parents drove here for the baby's birthday; yes, and she got lots of presents
Lesson 36: Around the House
Some of the Signs in this lesson: house, home, garden, baby, outdoors, clean, fire, and, together/with, same/too, play, help, dishes, near, sit/chair, popcorn, cook, sew, take care of, like
Some of the Dialogue in this lesson: I like to sit by the fire at home; yes, and make popcorn together; I like to cook and take care of the garden; me too, and I like to sew; the baby loves to play; she likes to play outdoors; she likes to help us cook; she helps me sew; she helps with the dishes; she helps clean the house
Fingerspelling practice words: MAX, AX, AXE, OX, MA, AM, EX, EXAM, MAMA, ME, MORN, MAME, MOO
Lawrence Solow, Sharon Solow