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A Basic course in American sign language. / Tape no. 3, Lessons 15-22

Author: Tom Humphries; Carol Padden; Terrence J O'Rourke; T.J. Publishers.; Sign Media, Inc.
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : T.J. Publishers, 1985.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Four deaf teachers and three hearing students provide a variety of models for the exercises in the text. Conversation tape presents spontaneous, unrehearsed conversations between four deaf adults, discussing such topics as mischievous behaviors of school children, travel experiences, deaf clubs, deaf people in different countries, and name signs.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Humphries; Carol Padden; Terrence J O'Rourke; T.J. Publishers.; Sign Media, Inc.
OCLC Number: 50768740
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Contents: 15.1. Change the following I to you verb forms to I to he/she/it verb forms --
15.2. Change the following you to me verb forms to you to he/she/it verb forms --
15.3. Change the following singular object verb forms to dual (two) objects --
15.4. Change the following singular object verb forms to plural forms using either EACH or ALL as indicated --
16.1. Substitute the amount given for the amount in the sentences --
16.2. Substitute the tense indicator given for the tense indicator in the sentences --
16.3. Substitute the reduplicated signs for those given in the sentences --
Dialogue 5. A group of Deaf people at Bill's home to watch a captioned film --
17.1. Change the following sentences to sentences with topicalized clauses --
17.2. Combine the following sentences to form comparative sentences --
17.3 Combine the sentences using the conjunction given --
18.1. Change the verb forms to the - REPEATEDLY form and use the facial adverb given --
18.2. Change the verb forms to the - CONTINUALLY form and use the facial adverb given --
19.1. Change the adjectives in the following sentences by adding the modulation VERY- --
19.2. Change the adjectives in the following sentences by adding the modulation -REPEATEDLY --
19.3. Change the adjectives in the following sentences by adding the modulation -CONTINUALLY --
Dialogue 6. Don is reminiscing about the "old days" --
20.1. Combine the following sentences into conditional sentences, using the first sentence as the "condition" and the second as the "consequence" --
20.2. Add the information in the second sentence to the first sentence, using the WH- question sign given --
21.1. Change the plural form in the sentences to a plural form using a classifier --
21.2. Incorporate the number given into the CL:1 classifier in the following sentences --
21.3. Form responses to the following questions using the classifier given --
22.1. Outline and give detail of the objects for the following pictures ---
22.2. Use the classifier CL:BB to describe the surface shapes of the objects in the pictures --
22.3. Substitute each of the signs given into the model sentence given --
Dialogue 7. Jack and Alice are discussing the television decoder.
Responsibility: Tom Humphries, Carol Padden, Terrence, J. O'Rourke ; produced by Sign Media, INC.

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Four deaf teachers and three hearing students provide a variety of models for the exercises in the text. Conversation tape presents spontaneous, unrehearsed conversations between four deaf adults, discussing such topics as mischievous behaviors of school children, travel experiences, deaf clubs, deaf people in different countries, and name signs.

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