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Project helps teachers and parents learn Pakistan Sign Language

A project in Pakistan is helping teachers and parents learn Pakistan Sign Language for Deaf children in primary school.
Photo shows a book entitled "1000 Basic Signs" with a DVD entitled "5000 Signs". The advertising copy with the photo invites readers to order a copy via www.psl.org.pk

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A project in Pakistan is helping teachers and parents learn Pakistan Sign Language for Deaf children in primary school. The project developed a web site, a mobile phone application, a DVD, and a book that all help teach Pakistan Sign Language. These teaching tools emphasize vocabulary that people can use with Deaf primary school students. This document explains, step by step, how the project developed these materials. Parents, teachers, and sometimes siblings of Deaf children in Pakistan are learning to sign.

This PDF file is accessible for people using screen reading software with some difficulty with navigation.

Learn more about the Pakistan Sign Language teaching tools via the Pakistan Sign Language website. The website is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, but with some difficulty. Some images do not use alternative text for people who cannot see them.Logo for Family Educational Services Foundation. Shows the full name of the organization at the bottom. Above it is a drawing of a hand holding a heart and the acronym FESF.

The Pakistan Sign Language development project is an initiative of the Deaf Reach program. Learn more about the Family Educational Services Foundation, which coordinates Deaf Reach.

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