Titel: Try Your Hand at This: Easy Ways to Incorporate Sign Language Into Your Programs
Autor/en: Kathy MacMillan
SCARECROW PRESS INC
November 2005 - kartoniert - 201 Seiten
This guide demonstrates everything from how to set up programming involving sign language for all ages, to dealing with and paying interpreters, and from publicizing programs to the public and within the deaf community, to evaluating and improving the library's sign language collection. Kathy MacMillan's impressive understanding and knowledge of the deaf community and the importance of sign language--as well as her exceptional handling of the numerous erroneous myths about deafness and sign language that are, unfortunately, still often current--make this handbook indispensable for all library personnel looking to reach out to the deaf community.
Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Acknowledgments Part 3 Introduction Part 4 Part I: Make Your Programs Sparkle with Sign Language Chapter 5 1. Sign Here Please Chapter 6 2. "But I Don't Know Sign Language!" Chapter 7 3. What You Never Learned in School Chapter 8 4. Seven Simple Techniques for Incorporating Sign Language into Any Program Chapter 9 5. Hands-On Sign Language Chapter 10 6. Reaching Out Chapter 11 7. Drawing Them In Part 12 Part II: Programs for All Ages Chapter 13 8. Baby Programs Chapter 14 9. Toddler Programs Chapter 15 10. Preschool Programs Chapter 16 11. Elementary School Programs Chapter 17 12. Middle School Programs Chapter 18 13. Family Programs Part 19 Appendix A: Annotated Bibliography of ASL Resources Part 20 Appendix B: Annotated Bibliography of Materials to Use with Sign Language Part 21 Appendix C: Games and Crafts to Use in ASL Programs Part 22 Appendix D: Glossary of Terms Relating to Sign Language and Deafness Part 23 Appendix E: Glossary of Useful Signs Part 24 Works Cited Part 25 Index Part 26 About the Author
Kathy MacMillan is an American Sign Language interpreter, consultant, children's performer, and librarian. She served as Library/Media Specialist at the Maryland School for the Deaf in Columbia, MD from 2001 to 2005.
Library program planners will want to read Kathy MacMillan's new book, Try Your Hand at This: Easy Ways to Incorporate Sign Language into Your Programs. MacMillan explains how to work with interpreters to provide programming to the deaf community and dispels some of the myths about deafness and sign language. She also addresses how to set up programming involving sign language for all ages and offers advice on how to publicize the programs to the public and within the deaf community. American Libraries ...guides library programming personnel through the common pitfalls of new learners of ASL and the background knowledge necessary to introduce ASL in context, and offers practical information on establishing community partnerships, working with interpreters, and marketing programs. The text also includes sample programs for all ages-baby, toddler, preschool, elementary and middle school, and family programs-annotated bibliographies of ASL resources and materials to use with sign language, games and crafts for ASL programs, a glossary of terms relating to sign language and deafness, and a visual glossary of commonly used storytime signs. Reference and Research Book News