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Friday, November 13, 2009

Using American Sign Language (ASL) And Signed English (SE) Symbols With TapToTalk

Many non-verbal children who are not deaf learn American Sign Language (ASL) and/or Signed English (SE), or are taught to use ASL and/or SE pictures, or both. There is a great resource for pictures of these symbols on the Lesson Tutor web site.

These pictures are gif files that can be uploaded to TapToTalk Designer. When doing so, be sure to honor the Lesson Tutor copyright and use terms.

To upload one, first save it on your computer by right-clicking and using the menu that pops up. Then upload to TapToTalk Designer as you would any other picture file.

To access these symbols here are two Lesson Tutor links: Learn American Sign Language (ASL) and Signed English (SE) and American Sign Language (ASL) and Signed English (SE) Available Vocabulary Index.

We list this and other useful picture sources on the TapToTalk Product page.

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