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SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
SEE, ASL
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SEE, ASL

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  • 1.  Created in 1962 by David Anthony to teach retarded, deaf children Based on root signs to which other signs were affixed ( prefixes and suffixes) Had a very large number of affixes:( 22 adjectival affixes, 10 personal-ending suffixes, 40 noun suffixes, 11 verbal suffixes, 35 general suffixes )
  • 2.  First published by GerileeGustason in 1972 as a spin- off of SEE 1 Intended for young children Uses 70 affixes but relies on ASL signs to represent words rather than using roots One of the more “successful” MCE attempts: publications abound Signing Exact English is a sign language system that represents literal English. It includes 14 “marker” words (the possessives „s‟,thely-, the –y, a past participle form, and the veb form-ing ,among others)which help replace the nuances of English, and make the language easier to understand
  • 3.  Is a visual language, the shape, placement, and movement of the hands, as well as facial expressions and body movements, all play important parts in conveying information. is not a universal language,ASL is a language with its own unique rules of grammar and syntax. Like all languages, ASL is a living language that grows and changes over time. Consists of 26 different hand shapes that correspond to the letters of English alphabet
  • 4.  Natural sign language of Filipino deaf Indigenous sign language especially of deaf adult communities Started in early 90‟s, thru the awareness and enlightenment of Filipino deaf and hearing professionals (with exposure to other natural sign languages of other countries) Has own linguistic features-vocabulary, word order and rules of grammar FSL not yet fully explored and subjected to research
  • 5. A A (Article)Palm out a moves slightlyright
  • 6. Run -ing (Suffix)
  • 7. Face S (letter)
  • 8. CURE ABLE,IBLE (SUFFIX)
  • 9. SAW (noun/verb) ED
  • 10. SAW (verb) ED
  • 11. ENFlat hands twist from 5 palms-up to palms- facing (past participle)
  • 12. EN2For regular past participle (-en) add n at completion of sign. (note: it is suggested that this alternate not be used with very young children
  • 13. BROKENSides of s-hands touch, then separate sharply, twisting to face each other, then flat hands twist from palms-up to facing each other. (break + p.p.)
  • 14. BROKEN 2Sides of s-hands touch then separate sharply, twisting to face each other, add n with right hand. (break +p.p.)
  • 15. THANK YOU!!!

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