Handshape of the Week: H!

The H-handshape (or U-handshape) involves extending your middle and index fingers, as shown below in the sign for FUN!  Other signs that use the H-handshape include: Funny Gain Guiltless Hamster Hard of hearing Hare Haste Hawaii Heave

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Deaf News This Week: 3/15/19

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Handshape of the Week: F!

The F-handshape involves touching the thumb and index fingers together while the remaining fingers are extended, as shown below in the sign for INTERPRETER! Other words that use the F-handshape include: LanguagePerfectCourtPreachPostponeSpiritLinkKeyVolunteerCandidate

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ASLdeafined Weekly Newsletter – Climbing The Avalanche, Chuck Baird, & More!

ASLdeafined Weekly Newsletter – 6/29/2018 What? You’re Starting A Newsletter? You betcha! Every week the ASLdeafined blog will be highlighting the latest in Deaf news, as well as any and all changes to the ASLdeafined Online Sign Language Curriculum. These newsletters will also contain weekly spotlights featuring renowned Deaf historical figures and events, and “Handshape […]

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Teacher Appreciation Week – Questions By Teachers, For Teachers

It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, and our favorite teachers are (of course) the ASL teachers! Teachers like us back, too: ASLdeafined is the #1 Online ASL Textbook used by teachers across America for only $12 per student a year! Here’s a list of cool features for teachers, along with some frequently asked questions!  Sign variations in the […]

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Deaf Women in History – International Women’s Day

Yesterday was International Women’s Day! It also happens to be Deaf History Month, so let’s take a look at three amazing Deaf women that made an extraordinary impact!    Juliette Gordon Low Did you know that the founder of the Girl Scouts was deaf? Julliette Gordon Low became deaf in early adulthood, but that never […]

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ASLdeafined Founder Paul Fugate Interviewed by Ashleigh Walters from WPTV – West Palm Beach, Florida

ASHLEIGH IN A.S.L.: ASL Deafined is a website that teaches American Sign Language! The creator, Paul Fugate, is in town to discuss the process of learning, and issues facing the Deaf community. Posted by Ashleigh Walters on Wednesday, December 27, 2017 For captions, look under Settings (small gear icon under the video).

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