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The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy

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Russell S. Rosen





ISBN 9781032089201
Published June 30, 2021 by Routledge
388 Pages

 
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Book Description

The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy is the first reference of its kind, presenting contributions from leading experts in the field of sign language pedagogy.



The Handbook fills a significant gap in the growing field of sign language pedagogy, compiling all essential aspects of current trends and empirical research in teaching, curricular design, and assessment in one volume. Each chapter includes historical perspectives, core issues, research approaches, key findings, pedagogical implications, future research direction, and additional references.



The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy is an essential reference for sign language teachers, practitioners, and researchers in applied sign linguistics and first, second, and additional language learning.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Pedagogy in Sign Language as a First, Second, and Additional Languages



Russell S. Rosen



Part I: Standards



Chapter 1 Standards in Sign Language Pedagogy



Russell S. Rosen



Part II: L1 Sign Language Pedagogy



Chapter 2 L1 Sign Language Teacher Preparation, Qualifications, and Development



Katharina Urbann, Thomas Kaul, Leonid Klinner, Alejandro Oviedo, and Reiner Griebel



Chapter 3 L1 Sign Language Teaching Approaches and Strategies



Carolina Plaza-Pust



Chapter 4 Using L1 Sign Languages to Teach Reading



Laurene E. Simms and Jean F. Andrews



Chapter 5 Using L1 Sign Languages to Teach Writing



Krister Schönström and Ingela Holmström



Chapter 6 Using L1 Sign Languages to Teach Mathematics



Christopher Kurz and Claudia M. Pagliaro



Chapter 7 Teaching Sign Language Literature in L1 Classrooms



Russell S. Rosen



Chapter 8 L1 Sign Language Tests and Assessment Procedures



Tobias Haug, Wolfgang Mann, Joanna Hoskin, and Hilary Dumbrill



Chapter 9 Politics of L1 Sign Language Pedagogy



Ronice Müller de Quadros and Robert Hoffmeister



Part III: L2/Ln Sign Language Pedagogy



Chapter 10 L2/Ln Sign Language Teacher Preparation, Qualifications, and Development



Russell S. Rosen and James Woodward



Chapter 11 Course Design for L2/Ln Sign Language Pedagogy



Alejandro Oviedo, Reiner Griebel, Thomas Kaul, Leonid Klinner, and Katharina Urbann



Chapter 12 L2/Ln Sign Language Teaching Approaches and Strategies



Elidea L. A. Bernardino, Maria C. da C. Pereira, and Rosana Passos



Chapter 13 Teaching L2 Sign Language Fingerspelling



Leah C. Geer



Chapter 14 Teaching L2 Sign Language Vocabulary



Rachel E. Traxler and Kimi Nakatsukasa



Chapter 15 Teaching L2 Sign Language Grammar



Russell S. Rosen



Chapter 16 Teaching Sign Language Literature in L2/Ln Classrooms



Rachel Sutton-Spence



Chapter 17 L2/Ln Sign Language Tests and Assessment Procedures



David H. Smith, Jeffrey E. Davis, and Dan Hoffman



Chapter 18 Politics of L2/Ln Sign Language Pedagogy



Timothy Reagan



Part IV. Learner Characteristics



Chapter 19 Typical and Atypical Sign Language Learners



Jenny L. Singleton, David Quinto-Pozos, and David Martinez



Chapter 20 Parent Education



Kristin Snoddon



Chapter 21 Sign Language Interpreters



Melanie Metzger, Keith M. Cagle and Danielle I. J. Hunt



Part V. Special Issues



Chapter 22 Technology in Sign Language Classrooms



Hatice Kose and Pinar Uluer



Chapter 23 Corpus in Sign Language Pedagogy



Lorraine Leeson, Jordan Fenlon, Johanna Mesch, Carmel Grehan, and Sarah Sheridan



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Biography

Russell S. Rosen is Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Program in American Sign Language at the City University of New York, College of Staten Island.