Monthly Archives: December 2012
Here is Rachel Coleman of Signing Time sharing a few holiday and “Happy New Year” signs. Be sure to read my wishes and blessings for you at the bottom of this post. The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn […]
God’s peace be with you.. May He bless you and all your loved ones.
This is eloquently written by my friend, Marilu. There is great wisdom in what she has to say, and life lessons we can all benefit from, no matter what challenges or issues we face. Let us take her advice, and be compassionate as she in times like these. Hop over to her page and take […]
These students from Western Kentucky University did a great job signing “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. This video is captioned.
It’s Christmastime! I love the songs and festivities that surround this holiday. It’s a great way for kids to learn a few new signs. This is wordlessjanis on YouTube signing to “Jingle Bells”. This is captioned. <iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/vieqZXeujPg” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen>
I received this email with a summary of Pennsylvania’s “Show Us the Captions!” from Alan Kutner. The organizers did a FABULOUS job putting our event together. Hi, With this e-mail, I would like to summarize the results of our “Show Me the Captions” event of last Sunday, December 2 at the UA […]
I want to thank Teresa Russ for transcribing Keith Wann’s blogtalk radio audio interview with Linda Fiore Sanders, co-author of “Turn A Deaf Ear“. If you need something captioned or transcribed but don’t know who to ask, contact CaptionMatch and they will set you up. Enjoy the interview. blogtalkradio ASL Radio with Wann and Wink – Turn a […]
Today’s guest writer is Allison Schley, author of “Forever Friends“. I purchased this book to read with my youngest students. It is a lovely story about a deaf dog who finds a forever home with a deaf boy. I love that the book also incorporates a few signs in into the story. In this […]
We need more inspirational news stories like this. So often, our society dismisses the deaf and hard of hearing. They don’t understand there are alternative ways to communicate, to perform and to be inclusive in the same activities as “hearing” people. It’s simply a matter of being open to new perspectives. I think it’s wonderful […]