“The students love it! They have told me that it's helped their fingerspelling flow. Also, they mentioned that they didn't realize they were forming a letter incorrectly (ie: F for D) until they kept getting it wrong on the SignAII!”
The space and location used by the signer are part of the non-manual markers of sign language.
The shape, orientation, movement, and location of the hands are some of the key parameters of sign language.
Other non-manual markers include the eyes, mouth, brows, or head movements such as nodding or shaking.
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