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  • Author:
    Doreen DeLuca,Maureen Klusza,Donna Jo Napoli
  • ISBN:
    1563684071
  • ISBN13:
    978-1563684074
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  • Publisher:
    Gallaudet University Press; 1st edition (September 30, 2009)
  • Pages:
    56 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Donna Jo Napoli (Goodreads Author), Doreen DeLuca. Maureen Klusza (Illustrator).

Donna Jo Napoli (Goodreads Author), Doreen DeLuca. Charmingly illustrated, the five stories presented here increase in complexity as the children’s vocabulary and reading skills increase during the school year.

Personal Name: Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948-. Personal Name: DeLuca, Doreen. Download now Handy stories to read and sign Donna Jo Napoli and Doreen DeLuca ; illustrated by Maureen Klusza. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948-; DeLuca, Doreen; Klusza, Maureen, ill.

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Handy Stories to Read and Sign takes a bilingual, fun approach to help beginning readers, deaf and hearing, improve their comprehension of both . by Doreen DeLuca and Donna Jo Napoli. Select Format: Paperback.

Handy Stories to Read and Sign takes a bilingual, fun approach to help beginning readers, deaf and hearing, improve their comprehension of both English and American.

By (author) Donna Jo Napoli, By (author) Doreen DeLuca. Handy Stories is the perfect bilingual book for teaching children to read and sign. New readers use the story's rhymes and rhythm to memorize it until they can match the words they hear or the signs they see with the words printed on the page. The second story, "Haunted House," highlights rhymes in ASL but not in English, and also ASL classifiers.

Handy stories to read and sign. coauthored with Doreen DeLuca. illustrated by Maureen Klusza. with accompanying DVD by Adrian Blue and Janiah Mitchell. 2009 Gallaudet University Press (ISBN 978-1-56368-407-4) with accompanying DVD (ISBN 978-1-56368-433-3). Product description:. the perfect bilingual book for teaching children to read and sign. a top pick for young readers.

Donna Jo Napoli (born February 28, 1948) is an American writer of children's and . Handy Stories to Read and Sign, Illustrations by Maureen Klusza, Gallaudet University Press, 2009.

Donna Jo Napoli (born February 28, 1948) is an American writer of children's and young-adult fiction, as well as a prominent linguist. She has worked in University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, the University of Pennsylvania, and is currently a professor of linguistics at Swarthmore College. Many of her children's books are re-tellings of fairy tales, including The Magic Circle, Crazy Jack, Spinners, Zel, Breath, Bound, Beast, and The Wager for older children, and The Prince of the Pond, Ugly, and Mogo the Third Warthog for younger children.

Handy Stories to Read and Sign takes a bilingual, fun approach to help beginning readers, deaf and hearing, improve their comprehension of both English and American Sign Language (ASL). Charmingly illustrated, the five stories presented here increase in complexity as the children’s vocabulary and reading skills increase during the school year. Introductions to each story explain to parents and teachers the elements emphasized, such as providing helpful information on how the formation of certain signs creates ASL rhymes.

The first story, “School Signs,” is told entirely in single-word sentences. New readers use the story’s rhymes and rhythm to memorize it until they can match the words they hear or the signs they see with the words printed on the page. The second story, “Haunted House,” highlights rhymes in ASL but not in English, and also ASL classifiers. “Thanksgiving Soon” adds refrains that divide the story into different sections, and shows the differences between the structures of the two languages.

The final two stories, “Winter Solstice” and “Class Pet,” introduce young readers to English articles, while also positioning the ASL sign illustrations apart from the English sentences to encourage the children to rely on their new skills. Handy Stories is the perfect bilingual book for teaching children to read and sign.