(back cover) BARRONA[a¬a[S Dictionary of American Sign Language More than 1,000 signs shown with cross-references to synonyms in the dictionary Correct formation of hand shapes emphasized to eliminate confusion and enable the reader to communicate in ASL Where needed, photos include directional arrows to indicate hand or arm movements All photos supplemented with succinct written descriptions of hand and finger formations Includes notes on the history of sign language. Geoffrey Poor is Associate Professor, Department of Sign Language and Interpreting Education, at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Previously, he was Instructor of ASL at the University of Maine, Orono, ME., and worked for the State of Maine as a Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf.Poor, Geoffrey S. is the author of 'Barron's Dictionary of American Sign Language' with ISBN 9780764160899 and ISBN 0764160893.
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