Transport and Vehicles: Signs (Makaton Transport and Vehicles Book 1) Margaret Walker

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Published: July 23rd 2015

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120 pages


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Transport and Vehicles: Signs (Makaton Transport and Vehicles Book 1)  by  Margaret Walker

Transport and Vehicles: Signs (Makaton Transport and Vehicles Book 1) by Margaret Walker
July 23rd 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 120 pages | ISBN: | 5.54 Mb

This book contains Makaton line drawings of signs for many different types of transport and vehicles. There are also Makaton line drawings of signs for important accessories related to travel such as car sear, helmet, bus pass, etc. This resource isMoreThis book contains Makaton line drawings of signs for many different types of transport and vehicles.

There are also Makaton line drawings of signs for important accessories related to travel such as car sear, helmet, bus pass, etc. This resource is designed to be used to build on the vocabulary learned in the Makaton Core Vocabulary.Being able to communicate is one of the most important skills we need in life. Almost everything we do involves communication- everyday tasks such as learning at school, asking for food and drink, sorting out problems, making friends and having fun. These all rely on our ability to communicate with each other.For those who have experienced the frustration of being unable to communicate meaningfully or effectively, Makaton really can help.

Makaton takes away that frustration and enables individuals to connect with other people and the world around them. This opens up all kinds of possibilities.Makaton is a language programme using signs and symbols to help people to communicate. It is designed to support spoken language and the signs and symbols are used with speech, in spoken word order.

This helps provide extra clues about what someone is saying. Using signs can help people who have no speech or whose speech is unclear. Using symbols can help people who have limited speech and those who cannot, or prefer not to sign.Makaton is extremely flexible as it can be personalised to an individuals needs and used at a level suitable for them.

It can be used to:• share thoughts, choices and emotions• label real objects, pictures, photos and places• take part in games and songs• listen to, read and tell stories• create recipes, menus and shopping lists• write letters and messages• help people find their way around public buildingsToday over 100,000 children and adults, use Makaton symbols and signs.

Most people start using Makaton as children then naturally stop using the signs and symbols as they no longer need them. However, some people will need to use Makaton for their whole lives.Makaton is designed to help hearing people with learning or communication difficulties. It uses signs and symbols, with speech, in spoken word order.BSL is the language of the deaf community in the UK.

It is a naturally evolving language, with its own grammar, word order and has regional variations.Wherever Makaton is used in the world, the signs from the sign language of that country are used. Our sign advisors select signs that look like a word and are easy to make. Once a sign is selected to be used with Makaton this becomes the sign that is used across the whole country.

This means that if a Makaton user needs to move to another school or town, the signs used there will be the same as they use in their current location.The other book in the series is Transport and Vehicles: Symbols



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