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  1. TALK-TALK Hand Signs • An Introduction to Fingerspelling February 2012

  2. Objectives • You should be able to do these things after this presentation: • Produce (fingerspell) your name • Read fingerspelled words

  3. ¿WHO YOU? • Fingerspelling is a vital part of introductions. Fingerspelling is how personal names are shared; there are no common signs for most personal names. • It is important to learn the ASL alphabet for this reason. • Let’s get learning!

  4. The Alphabet of the Deaf a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x yz

  5. My name is... • My name is A D A M • How would I fingerspell my name? A D A M

  6. Practice makes perfect • Practice makes perfect. It really does. When I was learning how to fingerspell, I spelled everything I saw. • Let’s practice!

  7. Fingerspelling...FINGERSPELLING CAT CAT DOG DOG HOUSE HOUSE CAR CAR CHAIR CHAIR FLOOR FLOOR

  8. Reading Fingerspelling • Another thing I did when I was learning how to fingerspell: I hung out with signers all the time. I would watch their hands and learn how they signed each letter. Reading fingerspelling is challenging and fun • Let’s Practice!

  9. FINGERSPELLING ...Fingerspelling TOAD TOAD ROCK ROCK WATER WATER BOOK BOOK CUP CUP UTAH UTAH

  10. Your Turn • Grab a piece of paper and a pen. You’re going to try reading some basic words. The person with the most correct words wins a prize • You can help each other

  11. Getting to know me • 1. My dogs name is Haole • 2. My wifes name is Lisa • 3. My childrens names are Eva, Keona, Tommy & Ali

  12. The End • Learning fingerspelling in American Sign Language is a great way to start learning the language of the Deaf. • Fingerspelling is a basic tool, used every day by Deaf people • Practice, practice, practice – and you’ll have fun