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Beginner Communication Skills - Personal Identification

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Adult, Community and Other Education
This workbook has been written to suit the needs and language level of Deaf and hard of hearing students studying ‘Beginner Communication Skills’ (NRDB) and/or ‘Personal Identification’ (NYHA) from the IVEC I Curriculum it also includes a DVD.
Booklet + DVD: $32.00 Add To Cart
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Finger Spelling - Advanced Skills Development

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Adult, Community and Other Education
ISBN:978-1-86506-975-3
For many people who learn a signed language as an adult, fingerspelling can be a source of frustration and difficulty. Unfortunately, there is no single method which will make it 'easy' for you to fingerspell well – just like learning to read, it is a case of practice, perseverance and repetition. This workbook is designed to provide you with some useful advice and ideas, along with a variety of practice activities to make things interesting. AUSLAN.
Booklet + DVD: $32.00 Add To Cart
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Mathematics Diary and Reference Guide

AQF: Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV
Industry: Adult, Community and Other Education
This diary has been written specifically to be used by Deaf students or mathematics, within the Education and Training - Deaf Program at TAFE SA Adelaide City Campus. These students are enrolled in the Deaf Stream of the nationally recognised introductory Vocational Education Certificate 1 and 2 (IVEC 1 and IVEC 2). However, the diary has also been designed so that it may be applicable to other Australian or international programs for Deaf adults/young people. This set includes: A Reference Guide for Deaf Students, a Journal for Deaf Students and a Teachers Guide.
Mathematics Journal and Reference Guide - A Teacher's Guide: $7.50 Add To Cart
Mathematics Journal for Deaf Students: $10.00 Add To Cart
Mathematics Reference Guide for Deaf Students: $10.00 Add To Cart
Reference Guide, Journal & Teachers Guide: $25.00 Add To Cart
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Sign With Us - AUSLAN PXN

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Adult, Community and Other Education
Sign With Us is a three (3) DVD set designed for class interaction for beginners in accredited course studying the AUSLAN Module One (PXRF). This language module is made up of different learning outcomes that include fingerspelling, vocabulary contexts and dialogue sequences. The actors are all experienced teachers from Access Education Works and some actors are from the deaf community. An interesting mix of sign variations in dialects and accents will be seen in this series.

Signing naturally: AUSLAN units 13, 14 and 15 (silent)

The Signing Naturally Student video DVD text Level 2 was adapted from the American Sign Language (ASL) and culture into Australian Sign Language (AUSLAN) and culture. The video DVD text is designed to provide users with an opportunity to review and practice what is learned in the classroom as well as to increase comprehension of signed narratives. This DVD resolves around a major language function: Locating things around the house; complaining and making requests; talking about life events. To avoid depending a English, this video DVD has no audio. Users will need to use the student workbook which is designed to be a guide to the video DVD.
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Signing naturally: AUSLAN units 16 and 17 (silent)

The Signing Naturally Student video DVD text Level 2 was adapted from the American Sign Language (ASL) and culture into Australian Sign Language (AUSLAN) and culture. The video DVD text is designed to provide users with an opportunity to review and practice what is learned in the classroom as well as to increase comprehension of signed narratives. this DVD resolves around a major language function: nationalisation and family histories; communicative approach is the language used in everyday conversation. To avoid depending on English, this video DVD has no audio. To avoid depending a English, this video DVD has no audio. Users will need to use the student workbook which is designed to be a guide to the video DVD.
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