. My goal for formula is to help students to increase their sign production skills with reasonable time frame and reduce the learning curve. I am not really focused on ASL glossing and my goal for... More > the formula is to aid ASL students to write or read a English stories then translate/ edit it into ASL (on their paper) and lastly students will use the translated version paper to sign the ASL stories more natural and fluency.< Less
A 2014 supplement for those who own the first (2009) edition of TWJ Issue 1 adds a second feature article on the history and game depictions of the Infantry Regiment "Grossdeutschland"... More > (1939-1942), as well as a custom made ASL scenario with detailed playtest report. Also includes updates to some of the Issue 1 articles from 2009. IMPORTANT NOTE: an electronic version of Issue 1 is now available containing all content from both the original print version of issue 1 and this supplement. The print version of issue 1 has also been re-issued with the content of this supplement included. This supplement only contains pages 142-220 and is intended for those who wish to supplement the original, 2009 print version of Issue 1.< Less
Colection of short stories. Beulla Dane is the adventure of an obsesive-compulsive man who feels the need to talk to chairs and his best friend, a deaf man that suffers with tourettes syndrom. Three... More > other stories are ecclectic in their themes and styles.< Less
"WHERE AM I?"
GUESS is an educational picture book for helping to teach the ASL (American Sign Language) signs for many of the places a child may find themselves, from Buses and Boats to... More > Schools and Streets.< Less
This is a church history book about a Deaf faith community within the United Methodist tradition. The church history spans the life of the church from 1895 - 2009. Christ Church of the Deaf is a Deaf... More > church within the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church. It includes the inception of the Deaf congregation, the early integration of Christ Church the Deaf and the Black Whatcoat Mission (the first African American Deaf church), the church's outreach ministries and missions, a history of its pastors, and how it grew into a multi-cultural and vibrant Deaf congregation residing in Baltimore, Maryland.< Less