Study Sign Language

July 27, 2009

Evergreen Song in Sign Language

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Filipino Sign Language Font

The first and only Filipino Sign Language Font is now available for FREE and is ready for download. Called MCCID FSL FONT, this type belongs the the Dingbat fonts. A dingbat is a term used in the computer industry to describe fonts that have symbols and shapes in the positions designated for alphabetical or numeric characters.

MCCID FSL Font Sample Letters and Numbers

This FSL Font is exclusively owned and designed by MCCID College of Technology. It has all the equivalent alphabets and numeric characters that are used in finger spelling and hand sign. The hands used are similar to those with white gloves so special markings like fingernails and hand lines don’t appear. The characters are comic like to make the letters more clear and easier to copy.

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11 Responses to “Study Sign Language”

  1. daryl on October 27th, 2009 3:55 pm

    I just want to share my thoughts. I am an aspiring entreprenuer. I have plans of putting up my business and considering to employ pwd in the near future. It will be a micro entreprise that will consist for start, of two employees. I know its a very small business but employing pwd is like giving my share to those who really needs it. Since my prospective business will require mobility,perhaps i may employ hearing impaired individuals. Also, do you have any seminars for sign language? It would be a great help to have this skill myself and communicate to them.

    Since I was young I always saw pwd who work so hard and for that I admired them a lot. At first I thought it would be easy to just hire special employee to work with me but somehow i slowly realize that some additional considerations is required. Actually I don’t know if I have to register to the Department of Labor for me to hire pwd or other legal procedures is required. Nevertheless, i don’t lose hope that someday i can help them also… in any way i can.

    Keep it up, God bless Philippines.

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    rose Reply:

    @daryl,

    hi
    I’m rosemarie,,a 4th year Social Work student,, i just want to say that i admired you for helping these people..you have a big heart keep up the good work…never stop helping others…godbless sir…

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    Adelina Reply:

    @rose,

    when will you graduate?

    where do you live?

    maybe you can join our team in helping the very poor children with disabilities.

    best regards,
    adelina

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    Malou Brigola Reply:

    @Adelina, hi ma’am i would like to join your team, i work as hr assistant in one of the company in makati and now taking up certfiicate in teaching program in PNU.. i also took up crash course on sign language in parañaque. i really love to teach in SPED if given the chance.

    many thanks

    Adelina Reply:

    @rose, Please contact me directly trhou phil@iae.nl

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  2. rose on February 25th, 2010 9:32 am

    @daryl,

    godbless

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    daryl Reply:

    @rose,

    god bless too and keep it up.

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  3. jp on May 18th, 2010 6:05 pm

    I don’t like song sing language. Because not clear sign language.

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    mir Reply:

    @jp,

    hi! how is the sign language in the song not clear to you? are the signs confusing? i’m curious because i want to learn sign language.

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  4. michelle on September 26th, 2010 12:38 pm

    hello..im from tuguegarao and a fresh social work graduate and just passed the board exam.. im an advocate of children and youth with disabilities because I myself is a person with disability…

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  5. Noli Furuc on August 3rd, 2016 3:16 pm

    the municipality of Echague, Isabela is continue the issuing of PWD, I.D. as well as gathering the total numbers of pwd in our municipality and let them fill-up the pwd profiler form. Thank you po.

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