DON’T FORGET SIGN LANGUAGE!

 

The knowledge of different languages ​​enriches the person and opens the door to a better future. In addition, there are other “languages” that improve the inclusion.

Deaf people don’t have a visible sing of their disability, so no one notices it until they speak to them, and they don´t know how to communicate with them because most of them can’t use sign language. This isolation isolates them.

We would like to show this knowledge.

A secondary student of 2nd ESO has read the first two paragraphs of “Lazarillo de Tormes” while an interpreter does it in Spanish sign language. It should be noted that each country has its own sign language. In Spain, for example, we have two sign languages: the Spanish sign language and the Catalan sign language.

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