Our way is to provide exciting and captivating stories in both American Sign Language (ASL) and English. Children can watch the story in ASL or start reading it in English. At any point throughout the story in English, children can tap the screen to watch that part of the story in ASL.
Then parents have great recommended books for signing and reading at home that align with the classroom curriculum. Some great tips for reading to deaf and hard of hearing children were outlined by David R. Schleper in the publication Reading to Deaf Children: Learning from Deaf Adults.
The tips were developed through research of what deaf I discovered this book at a local bookstore and thought it was a great introduction to Deaf history. I was fascinated to learn about sign languages roots in indigenous languages within the Deaf community, which developed as a natural form of communication despite attempts to teach Deaf people speech.
StudentCreated Video The popular children's book, The Giving Tree, is told in American Sign Language as part of class assignment. No voice, text or illustrations are used in the story One which I have read and would recommend you is Durjoy dutta's" Till The Last Breath" It is a good story about Two people Both admitted in the hospital one because of ASL another because of taking Drugs and alchohol and there Doctors who fell in love with these two Trying hard to save them.
I have purchased all the books available by Ms. Jay and can't wait to share them with my fellow students and my ASL professors. " Bree Loggins A Student's Guide to ASL and the Deaf Community