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Shortly after, the Core Vocabulary was revised to include both children and adults with severe communication difficulties (including individuals who could hear), and was used in many schools throughout the UK in order to stimulate communication and language.
The Core Vocabulary was revised in 1986 to include additional cultural concepts.
In 2004 the Oxford University Press included Makaton as a common usage word in the Oxford English Dictionary. those with learning disabilities." The Makaton Language Programme uses a multimodal approach to teach language and literacy skills, through a combination of speech, signs, and graphic symbols used concurrently, or, only with speech with signs, or, only with speech with graphic symbols as appropriate for the student's needs.
It consists of a Core Vocabulary of roughly 450 concepts that are taught in a specific order (there are 8 different stages).
This research was conducted with institutionalised deaf cognitively impaired adults resident at Botleys Park Hospital, Chertsey, Surrey (closed in 2008).
The aim was to enable them to communicate using signs from Sign Language.
The Makaton Vocabulary Development Project (MVDP) was founded in 1976 by Margaret Walker, who worked in a voluntary capacity as director until her retirement in October 2008.
and resulted in the design of the Makaton Core Vocabulary based on functional need.
Korean Sign Language or KSL (Korean: 한국 수화 언어 韓國手話言語 Hanguk Suhwa Eoneo or 한국 수어 韓國手語 Hanguk Sueo) is the deaf sign language of Korea.
It is often referred to simply as 수화 手話 suhwa, which means signing in general.
These include brow raising and furrowing, frowning, head shaking and nodding, and leaning and shifting the torso. Natural sign languages are not related to the spoken language used in the same region.
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