Peace in Sign Language – Video & Image Included
Today, we’re going to learn how to say peace in sign language.
As you know, there are various sign languages, but today we will only talk about British Sign Language or BSL. If you’re not familiar with British Sign Language, it is a language used mostly by people who are deaf and is recognised as an official language in the United Kingdom. In order to have many conversations, sign language requires the use of numbers.
So, now let’s dive into our main topic today.
Peace in Sign Language
Let’s move on to the following videos now. Take your time whenever you watch them.
Don’t worry about their tempo. Below, we’ll walk you through every step of the process.
- Start with a normal posture.
- Connect both of your hands and join your thumb and your index finger in an ‘O’ shape.
- Keep the rest of the fingers spread apart.
- Now move your hands away, as shown in the picture above.
- Say the word ‘peace’ while you’re signing.
So that’s how we sign “Life” in British Sign Language. Make sure you’re regularly practising so you can learn the sign quickly. Some of us learn better when we can review our previous work. This is significant when it comes to signing. Making a video recording of yourself signing might help you see any areas in which your technique is lacking that you or others may have missed.
Also, if you’re fortunate enough to live in an active community of Hard-of-Hearing or deaf people, it’s possible that you’ve commonly observed someone signing. You can observe others sign, practice your own signing, and progress in a relaxed environment by choosing to stay engaged in such communities.
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