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English Literacy: American Sign Language

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Get excited to use your hands to communicate in a fun way! For parents: Research has found that the use of signs and finger spelling will accommodate a wide range of learning styles: "verbal linguistic", "kinesthetic" and "interpersonal." Sign Language allows us to represent information through seeing, hearing, and movement. And the more pathways that are created in the brain, the stronger the memory.
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English Literacy: American Sign Language
Get excited to use your hands to communicate in a fun way! For parents: Research has found that the use of signs and finger spelling will accommodate a wide range of learning styles: "verbal linguistic", "kinesthetic" and "interpersonal." Sign Language allows us to represent information through seeing, hearing, and movement. And the more pathways that are created in the brain, the stronger the memory.
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Julia Carey
Julia Carey has been in education for over ten years, and currently teaches fourth grade at Avenues: The World School in New York City. A self described Human Venn Diagram, Julia has a wide variety of interests and skills, ranging from performing arts and storytelling to language and movement. She believes that connecting with each other is the most important thing, especially in these crazy times, and hopes her classes provide connection and inspiration for those attending.