Pa. school film project uses sign language to teach nursery rhymes

03/21/2013 | Evening Sun (Hanover, Pa.), The

Every other year, young students who are deaf or hearing impaired enrolled at Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 in New Oxford, Pa., perform nursery rhymes without sound. School staff video the renditions and older students then use sign language to tell the story on camera, giving students a better understanding of sign language and filming, educators say.

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