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Title: Libros de Lenguaje de señas en America.

García, S. E. Ma. (1991, May).   Comunicatión Manual. Tomei I-II. Exa Ingeniería, SA de CV. Bajío 287-101. Col. Roma México, D. F. 564-10-11 564-02-68. FAX 264-61-08. Impreso y hecho en México, D. F. Iera

Henson, R. (1983)   La Señas de los Sordomudos de México. Obra. Srta. Ofelia Sepulveda, Traductora y Profesora de los Sordomudos. Aristas. Sra. Dheryl Canaille Joshua y Sr. Steven Sedelmeier.

Humphries, T.,  Padden, C., and O'Rourke, J. T. (1991)   A Basic Course in American Sign Language. Trans. Lourdes Rubio. Ed. Gilbert L. Delgado. MD: T. J. Publishers.

International communication Publication. Sign Language International: México. Texas: El Paso, 79937. P.O. box 371007.

Matute, M. L.   Principales Simbolos para Sordomudos. Manual de Interpretación para uso General. Español-Inglés. International and Pan-American Copyright Convention. DawnSign press. 6130 Nancy Ridge Drive. San Diego, Ca. 92121. 1-800-549-5350, (619)625-0600V/TTY, or (619)625-2336FAX.

Miranda,J. C.  Dis.  Lenguaje de Señas de México. Ed. Instituto Rosendo Olleta. C.M.F.P. Francisco Díaz y P. Martin Montoya.

Mis Primeras Señas: Una Introdución al Lenguaje Manual. (1983).  Dirección General de Educación Especial. México: D. F. Departamento de Programación Academica.

Palma, V. M. Lenguaje Señas de México. 13999 Montana Lot. 55. El Paso, Tx 79938. E-mail:

Enseñame LSM-Lenguaje de Señas Méxicana. Videotapes: Parte I: Rutina Diaria:  Vida Diaria,. Parte II: Rutina Diaria:  En la Escuela, y Narraciones:  El Marino , El Dibujante, y  El Maestro Sordo. Presentados por; sergio Isaac Faconi, Mario Guzmán. Introducción: Escrita por: Ling. BorisFridman-Mintz. Traducción y adaptación de Daniel Maya. Presentada por: Alejandro Márquez. Apdo. Postal 20-218. México D.F. 01000. Del. Alvarado Obregón. Tel. (5)681-6378V/TTY, Fax (5)683-8841, o E-mail:

Christensen, K. M. and Delgado, G. L. (1993).   Multicultural Issues in Deafness. Longman Publishing Group  ISBN#080130752X.

Is a collection of authoritative essays providing information for teachers training to serve the special needs of Deaf students from diverse populations. Focusing on four groups: African Americans, American Indians, Hispanics and Asian/Pacific Island Americans - it considers the family situations from both educational and cultural perspectives. The text is based on the premise that although each Deaf person is a member of a large deaf culture, the experiences of a large deaf culture, the experiences of people in one specific group differ in many important ways from those in other groups, as well as from hearing persons in their own group.

Delgado, G.L. (1984).  The Hispanic Deaf. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

Moore, M. S. and Panara, R. F. (1996).  Hispanic/Latino Profile: Robert Davila 1932. In the Great Deaf Americans: The Second Edition. Rochester, NY: Deaf Life Press. pp. 280-285.


A Shining New Star from Texas: Rosie Serna.  (January 1993). The NAD (National Association of the Deaf) Broadcaster. 15.1

Cohen, O. P. (1993).  Educational Needs of African American and Hispanic Deaf Children and Youth.  In the Christensen, K. M. and Delgado, G. L. Ed. Multicultural Issues in Deafness.  Longman Publishing Group:  Chapter 4, pp 45-67.

Farb, A. B. (1993, January).  Davila Honored by NAD. The NAD (National Association of the Deaf) Broadcaster. 15.1

Garcia, P. J. (1984).   Robert Davila: Deaf Educator Brings Experience, Skill and Compassion to Deaf Students.  In the Delgado, G. L. Hispanic Deaf. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

Gerner de Garcia, B. (1993).   Addressing the Needs of Hispanic Deaf Children.  In the Christensen, K. and Delgado, G. L. Ed.  Multicultural Issues in Deafness.  Longman Publishing Group pp. 69-90.

Hispanic Deaf Experience: Excellence and Equity.  (January 1993). The NAD (National Association of the Deaf) Broadcaster.

Jackson-Maldonado, D. (1993).   Mexico and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Perspective on the Education of Deaf Children.  In the Christiansen, K. and Delgado, G. L. Multicultural Issues in Deafness. Longman Publishing Group. Chapter 6: 91-112.

Lopez, J. R. Hispanic Americans: Roots of Oppression and Seeds of Change.  A Kaleidoscope of Deaf America. Washington, D.C. pgs. 12-14.

Page, J.M. (1993, Fall). Ethnic Identity in Deaf Hispanics in New Mexico. Sign Language Studies. 80, 185-221.

Price, J. C. (1992, March/April).  Echoes of the Primera Familia.  Perspectives in Education and Deafness. Volume 10, Number 4,  P. 9. (Pre-College Programs, Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave., NE, Washington, DC 20002).

Rodriguez, O. And Santiviago, M. (1991).  Hispanic Deaf Adolescents: A Multicultural Minority. In the O. P. Cohen & G. Long (Eds.), Selected issues in adolescence and deafness. The Volta Review, 93, (5), 89-97.

Sedano, R. (1998, May).   .... A Few More Words - On the Deaf Mexicans: How to Halt the Tide of Illegal Immigrants and Make Deaf Mexicans Agents of Change in Their Own Country? Education!   Deaf Life. pp. 28 - 29. (Ralph Sedano - Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM).


Morales-Peña, Blanca & Esckelson, Dorothy Miranda, Speech Language Pathologists. (1998) Spanish Phrasing for IEP's (With English Translations). Available from Language Pathways.

The manual was written to make it easier for professionals to function in Special Education meetings and in other contacts with Spanish-speaking families. Phrases and sentences commonly used in the IEP process are given in both Spanish and English and are separated into sections by category to help locate the message you need.

Mosqueira Matute, Leonel. (1997) Manual of Interpretation for General Use - Principal Symbols for Deaf (Manual de Interpretacion Para Uso General - Principales Simbolos Para Sordomudos - MEXICO). Español - Ingles, Spanish - English. ISBN: 0915035707. (Book)



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