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Here are the two sources for Mexican Sign Language that I have
found to be the best:
VHS & book: http://www.missionsociety.us/signlanguagebooksandtapes.html#top
DVD & VHS by Ronald Henson: http://www.silentwordministries.org/cart/video.htm
Both are done in English and Spanish. The Ronald Henson videos
are more complete but a little slow moving, in my opinion.
I DON'T recommend the MSL/ASL translator cd by IDRT. Very
incomplete and several Hispanic deaf have laughed at some of
Mexico's Department of Education (SEP) had produced a series of
booklets but they have been difficult to get a hold of. The
Chandler's best bet is to go to the local special ed school in
Mexico and see what someone there has and ask to photocopy it.
Chances are a teacher has a photocopy of a photocopy etc......
Hope this helps!
Great to hear from you!
Thanks for the information regarding MSL resources!
I'll be posting it in an upcoming newsletter (I already have a
couple months in the pipeline, but it will show up eventually).
Plus I'm going to set up a page over at Lifeprint.com in the
Library titled Mexican Sign Language and put an edited version
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