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TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Lissa Zeviar The Art of Sign Language: for Babies, Boobs and Bobs by Mind Map: TEDxAmsterdam 2012
Lissa Zeviar
The Art of Sign Language: for
Babies, Boobs and Bobs
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TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Lissa Zeviar The Art of Sign Language: for Babies, Boobs and Bobs

Sign language, it's poetry and emotion

French is language of love

sign language is language of story telling

View an example here

You can use it everywhere, anyday

In film industry on set you have to be quiet

Use sign language when spoken language would prove disruptive

happens way more than you think

Last big point

every country has a deaf community

Learn it to a young child

and use it in your daily life

it comes full circle, grandpa can talk to his young grandchild using sign language

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Professional sign language interpreter

You should learn sign language

be taught as a baby

And at elementary school

I was raised to deaf parents

enriched my life

started signing when i was 8 months old

Technically started speaking earlier than other children

Children already sign

you just have to take it one step further

Life span of 1 person. How can sign language improve your live

What if you where raised with sign language

With signs you would've been able to tell your parents what you wanted sooner

See more about the example video here

A combination of sign language and spoken language is great

Sometimes using both at the same time is the best option

You can be much more clear