1 edition of ASL tales found in the catalog.
DVD contents: American Sign Language with or without English captions or voice over; voice over language options include English, French, Spanish, Mandarin, Thai, and Vietnamese. Also includes an audio only option (in English) with no signing.
|Other titles||Princess and the pea|
|Statement||written by Alicita Rodríguez & Joseph Starr ; illustrated by Judy Hood ; created and performed in American Sign Language by Pinky Aiello|
|Contributions||Starr, Joseph, 1969-, Hood, Judy, Aiello, Pinky, ASL Tales (Firm)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2008937372|
Library Tales Publishing is an independent book publishing company founded in The company is focused on publishing, marketing and distributing self-help, memoirs and niche fiction books by qualified and talented authors. Written by Stacy Anne Murphy, with captivating illustrations by Gina Pierleoni. Performed in ASL by Crystal Schwartz. Young Deaf artists from around the country contributed to Annie's Tails. ASL Tales: Annie's Tails by Stacy Anne Murphy Book Reviews4/5(1).
ASL Tales is whole new way of approaching story books. The stories are not translated from the English or from the ASL, rather new and old stories were written by native users of both languages working together to create stories that honor both languages’ expressive strong points. PreSchool-Grade 5—Fairy tales retold in sign language are nothing new, but what sets this fine program apart is that the story has been retold by native users of English and American Sign Language (ASL) working together to create a version that highlights the strong points of both languages. Designed to inspire a basic appreciation of ASL rather than to teach it per se, the DVD allows /5(1).
"ASL Tales are told in an artistic version of American Sign Language (ASL) that includes mime and gesture."--Page 3 of cover. "Pre-release version C-1"--DVD label. Now the tale of King Midas and his golden touch is charmingly retold with full-color illustrations and key sentences shown in American Sign Language (ASL). The line drawings of the storyteller (who appears in both the book and videotape) recreate 44 key sentences in ASL, making the new King Midas ideal for helping both hearing and deaf children Author: Joan Naturale.
Love is a poem.
The last summer of her other life
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Account of observations of the transit of Venus, 1874, December 8
Specialty cuts and how to cook them.
peoples of Sarawak.
Adoption of Oriental children by American white families
Twin Knudsen cell configuration for activity measurements by mass spectrometry
Zapata and the Mexican revolution
Data sheets on the welding of steel castings
Observations on the present war, the projected invasion, and a decree of the national convention, for the emancipation of the slaves in the French colonies
Enforcement of the Prohibition Law.
Product details Age Range: 8 and up Paperback: 29 pages Publisher: ASL Tales, LLC; 1st edition (July 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: out of 5 5/5(5).
ASL Tales are told in an artistic version of American Sign Language (ASL) that includes ASL, mime, and gesture.5/5(3). Summary-It’s the classic story of the Boy Who Cried Wolf. Evaluation-The book is beautifully illustrated which helps to tell the story. A DVD is included with ASL acted out.
This would be a great addition for libraries and schools to help expose children to diversity/5. A delightful and adaptive take on a classic childrens tale.
This picture book offers bright, stylized illustration and emphasized word choices to complement its purpose as an American Sign Language translation. The book itself contains no signing or instructive images and could, in fact, be read as a standard childrens book/5.
The fairy tale "Rapunzel" is familiar enough: young girl, tall tower, long blond hair, handsome prince. In "ASL Tales: Rapunzel," author and illustrator Judy Hood and performer Pinky Aiello of. ASL Tales proclaims itself to be “a new way of experiencing American Sign Language and English” and these engaging DVD/picture book sets ASL tales book deliver on that promise.
Each DVD features a story told by a master ASL storyteller, incorporating illustrations from the accompanying picture book. ASL Tales. ASL tales book K likes. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: K. ASL Children's Stories Diana Fine; 68 videos; "Clifford's Halloween" children's book in ASL by LadyBug Girl and the Bug Squad in American Sign Language (ASL) by ITV Signed.
Nancy Churnin is the author of five non-fiction picture book biographies. Her debut, The William Hoy Story: How a Deaf Baseball Player Changed the Game, published by Albert Whitman & Company in Marchreceived a glowing review in The New York Times and was featured in People magazine and USA Today Sports m Hoy is a Storytelling World Resource Award Honor Book.
Yes. children book by Chris Rashcka in "free" ASL translation by cnkatz. For optimal effectiveness, hold the book the next to the video screen and enjoy them both. Do it in your homes with children, deaf or not. Or if you are learning ASL, you can observe how role shifting technique is critical in part to master ASL storytelling skills.
Well not only is this a book+DVD, I found out the ASL Tales version of The Tortoise and the Hare was written in two languages simultaneously (American Sign Language and English) and THEN translated into Arabic, Bosnian, Cantonese, Haitian Creole, French, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and 5/5(5).
Harris Communications BDVD ASL Tales - Rapunzel Book & DVD Unknown Binding See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Our Witch loves Rapunzel and though she locks her in the tower she brings her treats and they spend their days together having tea and cookies.
ASL Tales thanks them and so many others who contributed to this book including: Susan Schaller (author), Pinky Aiello, Yoon Lee, Alisha Bronk,Karen Braz, Jacob Berge, Michael Friedmann, Maura Fay, Paula Collins, Yvonne Lauziere, and Tara Nastari Lafleur.
ASL Tales: Telling Old Stories In A New Way New children's books come out everyday, but it's rare that someone creates an entirely new way of storytelling.
But two Oregon women have done just that. ASL Tales Books and DVD packages accompanied by web-based instruction to teach fundamentals of ASL grammar, vocabulary, and syntax using children's stories. ASL Tales is with Anthony Isaacs and 23 others. We got this today from a supporter, "We use your book as a literacy center.
The book/DVD package is accompanied by web-based instruction that, unlike most children's sign language materials, teach fundamentals of ASL grammar, vocabulary and syntax. Pinky Aiello brings the Witch, Prince and Rapunzel to life in this modern version of a classic tale. Written by Judy Hood. Performed in ASL by Pinky Aiello.
The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Daytime Emmy nominated, Storyline Online, features celebrated actors including Viola Davis, Kristen Bell, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Wanda Sykes, Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, Betty White and more reading children’s books to inspire a.
Alisha says, "Hi, I'm Alisha Bronk and I want to tell you about an exciting new book with an ASL DVD. The ASL storytelling, done by Pinky Aiello, will delight Deaf people, Children of Deaf Adults. This ASL Tales book with DVD shares the classic story of the The Boy Who Cried Wolf for enjoyment by all children.
The story is performed in American Sign Language, with whimsical illustrations and a skilled ASL. The ASL storytelling, done by Pinky Aiello, will delight Deaf people, Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs), grandparents, students, interpreters, and anyone interested in learning sign language.For those not familiar with ASL tales, this books brings a real treat.
Written in cooperation with both the deaf and hearing community, these books capture the heart of American Sign Language while engaging children and adults with beautiful pictures and a captivating storyline.5/5.The haughty Queen, perfectly portrayed in ASL by Pinky Aiello, learns that a true Princess is more than dainty.
Children and adults will delight in the story and the whimsical illustrations. The book/DVD package is accompanied by web-based instruction that, unlike most children's sign language materials, teach fundamentals of ASL grammar.