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Learn American Sign Language App for iPhone and iPad

  • Published: 2011-05-10 - Contact: Select Publishing Group
  • Synopsis: The new iPhone and iPad App to learn American Sign Language is a simple and fun way to learn signing.

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Learn American Sign Language is a simple and fun way to learn signing, covering such useful topics as Greetings, Emergency Situations and more.

Try a different approach to learning sign language with the new Learn American Sign Language app for iPhone and iPad.

Learn American Sign Language combines video lessons, text and a quiz to teach basic ASL skills.

In 9 easy-to-follow video lessons, professional sign language interpreter Renee Moore will teach you the basic skills needed to communicate with deaf friends, family, customers and co-workers.

Each lesson is accompanied by text that follows the video. Read along with the text as you watch the videos, then take a fun quiz to find out what you've learned.

The innovative VidBook format is intuitive to use and lets you quickly navigate with the swipe of a finger.

Featured Topics Include:

  • Home & Family
  • Words & Numbers
  • Open Captions
  • The Manual Alphabet
  • Meetings & Greetings
  • Emergency Situations
  • Everyday Communication

Learn American Sign Language is available on the iTunes App Store itunes.apple.com/us/app/learn-american-sign-language/id435624458

Related:

  1. American Sign Language Information
  2. Learning Sign Language
  3. iSign App - Learn American Sign Language









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