Term Manually Coded English Instruction
Code LR-8000.0500-500.50
Definition Programs that teach individuals with hearing impairments to communicate using one of the visual communication methods expressed through the hands which attempt to represent the English language. Unlike sign languages such as American Sign Language, which have evolved naturally in deaf communities, the different forms of manually coded English were artificially created and generally follow the grammar of English. Also, unlike deaf sign languages, the various forms of MCE can be used with simultaneous communication, speaking English and signing at the same time. Included are Signed English (SE), Seeing Essential English (SEE I), Signing Exact English (SEE II), Conceptually Accurate Signed English (CASE) and Linguistics of Visual English (LOVE).
Created 1/15/08
Changed 3/9/11
Use References CASE Instruction
Conceptually Accurate Signed English Instruction
Linguistics of Visual English Instruction
LOVE Instruction
SEE II Instruction
SEE I Instruction
Seeing Essential English Instruction
SE Instruction
Signed English Instruction
Signed Exact English Instruction
Sign Supported Speech
See Also References
External Classification Terms Deaf & Hearing Impaired Centers (NTE P87)
Health (CAN HC-300)
Health Care (AIRS HC-300)
Outpatient Rehabilitation (UW 2.1.04.02)
Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired (NPC E12.10)
Rehabilitation Services (NPC E12)
Rehabilitative Care (NTE E50)
Related Concepts Deafness/Hearing Impairments
Disabilities
Facet Service
Comments
Bibliographic References “Manually Coded English”, Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manually_Coded_English

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