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Sign Language Through Video-Call

EasyChair Preprint no. 5590

4 pagesDate: May 23, 2021


The “Sign Language Through Video Calling” plays an essential role in helping people to have interactive communication with deaf people.  In the last few years, a few changes in tradition have been made: most importantly, educational interpreting is now available in high schools and at the university level. Given the lack of bilingual deaf education and early sign language exposure, deaf children make very slow progress in literacy, compared with deaf children of deaf parents. The benefits of early sign language acquisition can be seen in deaf children of deaf parents not only in better social adaptation skills but also in their better academic achievement compared with other deaf children. The cultural approach to deaf education views sign language as the most natural linguistic form of deaf people, and a powerful means of communication for all purposes and in all circumstances.

Keyphrases: Deaf and Dumb, sign language, Video Calling

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  author = {Chetan Nakhate and Ananny Joshi and Pranav Munot and Harshit Soni},
  title = {Sign Language Through Video-Call},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5590},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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