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ASL as a Tool for Building Literacy Skills Daniels, M. (2002). Reading signs: A way to promote early childhood literacy. Communication Teacher, 16(2), 32-38. Daniels, M. (2004). Happy hands: The effect of ASL on hearing children's literacy. Reading Research and Instruction, 44(1), 86-100. Felzer, L. (n.d.). MBR reading program: How signing helps hearing children learn to read. Retrieved November 10, 2007. ASL in the Education of English Language Learners Hands On:  Can Sign Language Help ELLs Learn English?, Auerbach, The ELL Outlook, 2006, from: http://www.coursecrafters.com/ELL-Outlook/2006/sep_oct/ELLOutlookITIArticle4.htm Benefits of Signing for Hearing Children Acredolo, L.P., Goodwyn, S.W., & Brown, C. (2000). Impact of symbolic gesturing on early language development. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 24, 81-103. Daniels, M. (1994). The effect of sign language on hearing children's language development. Communication Education, 43(4), 291-298. Kenndy, Rebecca (2012). Sign Language and Text Comprehension Unpublished article. Kenndy, Rebecca (2013). Reading Comprehension and ASL:  An Experimental Paradigm Unpublished article. Early Childhood Education Daniels, M. (1993). ASL as a possible factor in the acquisition of English for hearing children. Sign Language Studies, 78, 23-29. Daniels, M. (1996). Seeing language: The effect over time of sign language on vocabulary development in early childhood education. Child Study Journal, 26(3), 193-208. Children's Literature in 2nd Language Instruction Learning English Thru Children's Literature, Ellis, Young Learners Centre, 2002. The Effects of Using Children's Literature with Adolescents in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom, Bellsky, University of North Texas, 2012. Constructed Dialogue Metzger and Mather.  Constructed Action and Constructed Dialogue in ASL Narrative Discourse, Gallaudet University.  http://www.ub.edu/ling/tislr8/Metzger-Mather.doc Mulrooney, K. J.   "Constructed Dialogue and Constructed Action" from Extraordinary from the Ordinary: Personal Experience Narratives in American Sign Language.  Webpost., GU Press. http://gupress.gallaudet.edu/excerpts/EFTOone5.html Rogers, K. Larry.   American Sign Language Verb Categories in Constructed Action. 2012.  Abstract: http://dspace.uta.edu/handle/10106/11124 Taub et al.  "Gesture and ASL L2 Acquisition", Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research conference, Flrianopolois, Brazil, December 2006.  http://www.editora-arara-azul.com.br/ebooks/catalogo/44.pdf Villanueva, M.  Construction Dialogue and Action Thru Blends.   Webpage. http://linggraduate.unm.edu/conference/2006/Abstracts%20Web%20Version/Villanueva.htm Theory of Mind and American Sign Language Language Access and Theory of Mind Reasoning: Evidence from Deaf Children in Bilingual and Oralist Environments, Meristo et al, American Psychological Association, 2007. Representing Inner Worlds:  Theory of MInd in Autistic, Deaf, and Normal Hearing Children, Peterson and Siegal, Psychological Science, 1999. Social Cognition and Theory of Mind, Schick, Communication Considerations A - Z, Hands and Voices.
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