Ask Abbey & Friends: Finger Spelling and Handshapes
Video: Ask Abbey & Friends: Finger Spelling and Handshapes
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- Define the terms fingerspelling and handshapes as they relate to American Sign Language.
- List three ways fingerspelling and/or handshape instruction can be used to build phonological awareness for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students.