British Sign Language (BSL): Guide

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Working with BSL and English

Articles, Journals, Books and Research Evidence in Working with BSL and English

Borgna, G., Convertino, C., Marschark, M., Morrison, C. and Rizzolo, K., 2010. Enhancing deaf students' learning from sign language and text: Metacognition, modality, and the effectiveness of content scaffolding. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 16(1), pp.79-100.

Hermans, D., Knoors, H., Ormel, E. and Verhoeven, L. 2008. The relationship between the reading and signing skills of deaf children in bilingual education programs. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 13(4), pp.518-530.

Morrison, C., Marschark, M., Sarchet, T., Convertino, C.M., Borgna, G. and Dirmyer, R., 2013. Deaf students’ metacognitive awareness during language comprehension. European journal of special needs education, 28(1), pp.78-90.

Spencer, P.E. and Marschark, M. 2010. Cognition, Perception and Learning Strategies. In: Evidence-based practice in educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students. New York: Oxford University Press. pp.119-134.

Swain, M. and Lapkin, S. 2000. Task-based second language learning: The uses of the first language. Language teaching research, 4(3), pp.251-274.

Swanwick, R. 2017. The Plural use of sign and spoken Languages: Languages and Languaging in Deaf Education,  New York: Oxford University Press. pp.39-59.

Wauters, L.N., Knoors, H.E., Vervloed, M.P. and Aarnoutse, C.A. 2001. Sign facilitation in word recognition. The Journal of Special Education, 35(1), pp.31-40.