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Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate!
A Student’s Guide to ASL and the Deaf Community
Signing is only one part of learning American Sign Language
One of the first things you’ll learn about ASL products is that most of the time, you have to get several different products in order to get ALL of the information you need. That changes now!

Sign language is a complex language, but it is beautiful and it can be learned easily if you have all the resources you need at your disposal.

Our Guide Gives You EVERYTHING You Need…and More.

asl and the deaf community

One of the biggest benefits of Don’t Just “Sign”…Communicate!: A Student’s Guide to ASL and the Deaf Community is that we provide you with information you need but didn’t know to ask for. The package is absolutely jam-packed with benefits:

  • You’ll quickly learn the best ways to learn ASL so that you can begin communicating quickly.
  • You’ll receive the most essential Deaf culture and Deaf history information available.
  • Information about careers in ASL from the professionals.
  • Common terminology used in the Deaf community.
  • The number one ASL resources available today.
  • And so much more!

The Problem with Other Products
This guide is the most comprehensive guide on the market, in that it covers such a huge variety of topics for ASL students rather than most, which focus on one topic. In addition to that, many ASL guides were created by individuals who were never ASL students, so it’s difficult for them to understand precisely what an ASL student needs in order to thrive!

But Rest Assured…

Don’t Just “Sign”…Communicate!: A Student’s Guide to ASL and the Deaf Community was created specifically to help you understand ASL more effectively. The perfect companion for an ASL course, this guide supplements the course and offers up the best possible information to help you better understand your ASL course.

Without a doubt, it is the best student’s guide to ASL and the Deaf community in existence, and provides numerous benefits for individuals who are taking ASL classes.

Still not convinced?…

See What Experts Are Saying!

“This book is a real gem! Informative, intriguing, and an easy read — it is your ticket to a new world of friendships and cultural understanding! When it’s time to step out of the classroom and into the Deaf Community–Michelle Jay’s advice and insights are just what you need! Remember what you learned from this book and you’ll do great!”
William G. Vicars, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of ASL and Deaf Studies
California State University, Sacramento
(Also known as “Dr. Bill” of www.lifeprint.com

 

“Whenever I am questioned to offer a suggestion of a good, easy to read book about sign language and the Deaf community, I now have a clear answer… this book packs a ton of useful information in one spot. A must have for any new sign language student!”
John Miller, Co-Founder, Educator
www.signingsavvy.com

 

A Student’s Guide to ASL and the Deaf Community is an essential guide for those thinking of learning ASL, considering a career working within the Deaf community or looking to understand Deaf culture. It truly is the bible for “everything you need to know but didn’t know to ask.” This book is filled with all the important information you need in one place and is truly an amazing read.”
Pearl Feder, L.C.S.W., Editor & Coordinator
SayWhatClub Social Media
www.saywhatclub.com


Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate! A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar

Finally! An ASL Grammar Guide that will allow you to…

“Sign Correctly and Avoid the Very Common Problem of
Reverting Back to English Grammar Rules!”

Have CONFIDENCE in your signing abilities with the
Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar!

mastering asl grammar

Sign language is a visual language; completely separate from any other language and with its own grammatical rules. Often times, without the right resources, you may learn incorrect ways to sign. The bad thing about that is once habits are started, they can be very stubborn, so it’s difficult to retrain yourself to sign the proper way.

The Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar provides the fundamentals of perfect ASL grammar so you can sign confidently
Students taking ASL classes are often expected to pick up on the grammar rules themselves, by being a part of the deaf community, or by immersing themselves in sign language from the beginning. If you’re learning on your own or you’re unable to sign with others often, it can be extremely difficult to pick up these rules. This guide will help you:

  • Make sure you’re learning American Sign Language.
  • Learn ASL signs and vocabulary concepts you won’t find in most ASL dictionaries.
  • Learn ASL phonology and how signs are formed.
  • Learn ASL morphology and how to inflect signs to create meaning.
  • Learn ASL syntax and how to form correct sentences.
  • And so much more!

Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate!: A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar provides you with the confidence you need to communicate fluently and correctly. Unfortunately, many signers go years without picking up the proper grammar, even when they’re conversing with other signers regularly. You don’t have to let this happen to you!

Get your copy of The Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar now!

See What Experts Are Saying!
 

“Stop! Don’t learn another sign until you’ve read Michelle Jay’s A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar! Clear, easy to understand, and loaded with excellent examples this book is one that every ASL student and teacher ought to keep “handy!””
William G. Vicars, Ed.D.
Associate Professor of ASL and Deaf Studies
California State University, Sacramento
(Also known as “Dr. Bill” of www.lifeprint.com

“Think you can’t learn American Sign Language? Well, think again. Start ASL’s book, A Student’s Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar makes learning ASL grammar and syntax not only fun but easy to understand. This guide gives you the tools you need to feel comfortable communicating in the Deaf community.”

Pearl Feder, L.C.S.W., Editor & Coordinator
SayWhatClub Social Media
www.saywhatclub.com

“There is so much more to signing than just learning the hand shapes and movements. ASL is all about its own syntax, phonology and grammar. This book does a great job of exploring what makes ASL its own unique language. Start ASL has done it again!”

John Miller, Co-Founder, Educator
www.signingsavvy.com

 



Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate! A Student’s Guide to the Deaf Experience

The first ever collection of stories by the deaf and hard of hearing that will give you…

“An Intimate Journey into the Heart of the Deaf Community”

Get A Glimpse Into A World You Will Never Forget

deaf experience

A Student’s Guide to the Deaf Experience prepares you to interact with the deaf and hard of hearing – in a knowledgeable and respectful way – by giving you an exclusive glimpse into this rich and diverse community.

This eye-opening book will ignite your senses and eliminate any misconceptions you may have about the deaf community. Delve into this informative and entertaining collection of personal stories culled from the writings of talented Deaf, deaf, hard of hearing, and late-deafened people.

Experience the world from their perspectives and learn what questions and comments are best avoided and what common courtesies are most appreciated. By reading this book, you can immerse yourself in the textured world of the deaf community.

Pulsing with vibrant stories, this carefully compiled anthology swings the door open wide and invites you in. Run with “Broken Ears,” a Chippewa native whose struggle to triumph over discrimination is compounded by deafness. “Touch the sound of snowflakes” with percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Experience the isolation of “Deaf Brown Gurl,” an exotic beauty yearning to fit in. And “follow the music through vibrations” with grand illusionist Sam Sandler. Get to know them and many others. Their stories will reach right off the page, grab you by the heart, and pull you in…

This book is meant as a guide to equip ASL students, but it is so much more… It is a book for the masses – to be read and reread, to be savored – for it will resonate with you long after the last page is turned…


Don’t Just “Sign”… Communicate! A Student’s Pocket Guide to Deaf Community Terminology

Start ASL is now offering a priceless companion for ASL students…

“Check for Validity, Make Quick References, and
Study with the Ultimate Pocket Guide Reference Book!”

Fits Conveniently in Your Pocket – Don’t Leave Home without It!

deaf community terminology

Maybe you’re riding the city bus home and you want to study Deaf community terminology while you drive. Perhaps you’ve encountered a specific acronym and you want to know what it means. No matter what situation you find yourself in, you can easily and quickly refer to your Student’s Pocket Guide to Deaf Community Terminology.

It can be difficult to communicate without understanding a particular group of individuals’ terminology, and in some cases, not knowing can leave you feeling a little embarrassed. You never have to feel this way again, because no matter where you’re at, you can look it up quickly and easily to determine precisely what a specific term means.

The Student’s Pocket Guide to Deaf Community Terminology allows you to:

  • Quickly and easily find the meaning of a community term.
  • Study terminology whenever you have a spare moment.
  • Ensure that you’re participating correctly in conversations.
  • Build confidence for signing and communicating.
  • Study with a quick and convenient method no matter where you are.
  • And more!

This is also a wonderful gift for any student who is studying American Sign Language, and a priceless resource!

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