Auslan Tutor: Key Signs 4+

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

    • 3.8 • 43 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

NextSense Auslan Tutor: Key Signs
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Learn how to communicate 150 common Auslan signs, like “please,” “thanks,” and “how are you?” Each sign is clearly presented, with a photo of the handshape used to form the sign and a video clip demonstrating how the sign is produced.

The app also includes the Auslan alphabet - so you can learn how to fingerspell and numbers 0-10.

The NextSense Auslan Tutor: Key Signs was developed by staff at NextSense, in consultation with expert Auslan users.


Full version
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For a more comprehensive understanding of Auslan, you can download the full version of the NextSense Auslan Tutor for the iPhone and iPod touch. More than 500 Auslan signs are included, each with five corresponding entries. These five entries are:

• a photo of the handshape used to form the sign
• a video clip demonstrating the single sign
• a video clip of the sign used in a phrase
• a video clip of the phrase used in a sentence
• a text note about Auslan grammar that is pertinent to the sign, phrase or sentence

These additional features help improve the users understanding and use of Auslan.

The NextSense Auslan Tutor: Key Signs was developed by staff at the NextSense, in consultation with expert Auslan users.

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What’s New

Version 1.72

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Mejsh87 ,

The video instructions are great

This App is a great free resource with its video instructions for each sign and alphabetical listing of key terms. It could be improved significantly by enabling users to ‘favourite’ signs for learning and quickly referencing them, and by adding a ‘test your knowledge’ section with multiple choice options.

queen totheredtree ,

If I could rate zero I would

Ok first of all let me get this straight I’m not death or in need of speaking the language I just thought it would be fun to try but when I searched to figure out to say the simple “hello or hi” IT DIDN’T COME UP WITH ANYTHING but it’s all good I’m sure learning the word aeroplane will help for my first time in fact a better app I totally recommend (sorry for the developers this is really not helping u) is Auslan Dictionary really good and government recommend thanks so much oh and if u want to make this app better try adding simple words that aren’t aeroplane. Ty

Miss Cherida ,

Love it but...

If the family section, I think ‘son’ and ‘daughter’ would be useful. There is mum, dad, brother and sister but not the relationship between the adult to child

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