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Literacy

Daniels, M. (2001). Dancing with words: Signing for hearing children's literacy. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey.

Daniels, M. (2004). Happy hands: The effect of ASL on hearing children's literacy. Reading Research and Instruction, 44(1), 86-100.

Daniels, M. (2002). Reading signs: A way to promote early childhood literacy. Communication Teacher, 16(2), 32-38.

Edmunds, M., & Krupinski, D. (n.d.). Using sign language and fingerspelling to facilitate early literacy. Retrieved November 10, 2007, from: http://www.pbs.org/teachers/earlychildhood/articles/signlanguage.html

Felzer, L. (n.d.). MBR reading program: How signing helps hearing children learn to read. Retrieved November 10, 2007, from: http://www.csupomona.edu/~apfelzer/mbr/research.html

Felzer, L. (1998). A multisensory reading program that really works. Teaching and Change, 5, 169-183.

Hafer, J. (1986). Signing For Reading Success. Washington D.C.: Clerc Books, Gallaudet University Press.

Koehler, L., & Loyd, L. (1986). Using fingerspelling/manual signs to facilitate reading and spelling.

Cardiff, Wales: Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED284179)

Wilson, R., Teague, J., & Teague, M. (1985). The use of signing and fingerspelling to improve spelling performance with hearing children. Reading Psychology, 4, 267-273.