These English students at a Paris University have been learning British Sign Language over two semesters. Students have reported an improvement in using their hands to explain English words…
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Boom Puff Zoom
CRASH BANG BOOM! What are these sounds called? Onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia is a word that phonetically resembles the sound that it describes. Basically, it is a word that is written how it sounds. I came up with a sign for it.
Get under the skin of a Wolf
How can you act like a wolf? People using sign language can do it very well. They get under the skin of a wolf. They narrow their eyes and snarl. They become THE Wolf. Here’s how.
An Argument for Visual Literacy
We have communicated information in visual ways for thousands of years. But somewhere along the line, we forgot how. Find out why!
Play, Pause and Rewind
Can technology infiltrate the mind? Can we learn how to think like a film reel?