13 - Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka
1001 Books in ASL Yo! Yes! children book by Chris Rashcka in "free" ASL translation by cnkatz. For optimal effectiveness, hold the book the next to the video screen and enjoy them both. Do it in your homes with children, deaf or not. Or if you are learning ASL, you can observe how role shifting technique is critical in part to master ASL storytelling skills. If you are in a classro...
Wed, Dec 30 2009
1001booksinASL now in teachertube.com
1001 Books in ASL 1001BooksinASL videos are now at teachertube.com where any schoolteachers and parents with deaf/hearing children can view/download inside their classrooms and homes! Spread the word. Inform teachers/parents you know with any students/children that they have this resource, completely free and accessible.I got a couple of emails from teachers and librarians informing ...
Sun, Sep 06 2009
11 - The Five Chinese Brothers by Bishop and Wiese
1001 Books in ASL I would like to post the three videoclips of three ASL translations of The Five Chinese Brothers by Bishop and Wiese with another laudatory message for the DeafRead team. I think devoted users of DR should welcome DeafSide and see how it go. Over one year now, I enjoyed watching how DeafRead evolve by the topics being posted daily. Only four months ago, the first De...
Sun, Apr 27 2008
10 - Curious George by H. A. Rey
1001 Books in ASL Three ASL translation versions of H. A. Rey's Curious George children book. Perfect for parents to show, along with the book, to their deaf and hearing children. Would ASL students stoop to view word for word translation or challenge themselves by following the free translation? Would some "ASLans" complain of the word for word translation or find it an excellent wa...
Mon, Apr 21 2008
9 - Are You My Mother by P.D. Eastman
1001 Books in ASL 3 ASL translations of "Are You My Mother?" by P.D. Eastman.I would like to post the clips here with a message about DeafRead. Returning from a national conference, I find the current mood of the Deaf community members increasing disapproving of DeafRead. I was told that DeafRead had lost its "D" center. I became disappointed in this because DeafRead was never exclusi...
Tue, Apr 15 2008
7 - There's A Nightmare in My Closet by Mercer Mayer
1001 Books in ASL An ASL (a mixture of free and literal) translation of a children book, "There's a Nightmare in My Closet" by Mercer Mayer.This clip is posted with crossed-hands-over-heart "uncle-ly" thoughts to my nephew, Jason Katz, and niece, Breeann Katz. They were in my thoughts as I signed 23 children books into ASL in 1994 and 1995. It was with pride and joy that I gave them...
Sat, Apr 05 2008
6 - Just a Daydream by Mercer Mayer
1001 Books in ASL An ASL (a mixture of free and literal) translation of Mercer Mayer's Just a Daydream children book.This clip is posted with a two-handed sign of big thank-you to Dr. Jean Andrews, a professor exemplar at Lamar University, an author of deaf juvenile fiction, and also my good friend and former doctoral adviser. She saw my talent of signing children's books into ASL. S...
Sat, Apr 05 2008
5 - Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
1001 Books in ASL Three different ASL translations of Robert Munsch's children's book, "Love You Forever," signed by Charles Katz. I would like to dedicate this post to my mother, Sophie, and to my two young daughters, Ashlyn and Sarah. This is a story about love from a mother to her son and the son later as a father to his daughter. This book is always special to my heart because o...
Wed, Mar 26 2008
4 - There's Something in My Attic by Mercer Mayer
1001 Books in ASL Three different ASL translations of a children book, "There's Something in My Attic" by Mercer Mayer. Perfect for librarians, classroom teachers, ASL specialists, and parents who want to expose children's books to their deaf and hearing students/children by showing various ways in re-signing the stories from the books. Enjoy the clips.Above is a free translation ver...
Mon, Mar 24 2008
02 - The Snowy Day by Ezra Keats
1001 Books in ASL A children book, The Snowy Day by Ezra Keats, translated into ASL three ways by Charles Katz. In order below - free, literal, and wordforword translated. I got an email (see below) from a hearing 1st grade teacher in the DC area wanting to use the clips from 1001 Books in ASL in her classroom for her hearing students. This demonstrated the technological power of y...
Fri, Mar 21 2008
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