Advances in the Sign Language

Advances In The sign Language Development of Deaf Children

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The status of sign languages as complex and complete languages that are clearly the linguistic “equal” of spoken languages is no longer questioned. Research on the characteristics of visual languages has blossomed since the 1960s, and careful study of deaf children’s development of sign language skills is pursued to obtain information to promote deaf children’s development. Equally important, the study of how children learn sign language provides excellent theoretical insights into how the human brain acquires and structures sign languages.

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Humans’ first languages may have been expressed through sign. Today, sign languages have been found around the world, including communities that do not have access to education or literacy.

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