FIVE North East women have been recognised for their work as baby sign language teachers.
What does SLanT stand for?
SLanT stands for Sign Language Teacher
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We have 1 other meaning of SLanT in our Acronym Attic
- Sine Loco, Anno, (Vel) Nomine (Without Place, Year, or Name)
- Support Local Area Network
- Survey of Lifestyles, Attitudes and Nutrition (annual annonymous survey in Ireland)
- Sri Lanka Anti Narcotics Association
- Sri Lanka Association of New England (North Chelmsford, MA)
- Searching Late At Night for Anything Remotely Entertaining
- Sierra Leone Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (West Africa)
- Sierra Leone Action Network on Small Arms
- School Library Association of New South Wales (Australia)
- School Library Association of the Northern Territory
- Sit up, Lean forward, Activate your thinking, Name key information, and Track the talker
- State Line Area Narcotics Team (Wisconsin/Illinois)
- Sri Lanka Association of New York (est. 1970)
- School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
- Société Linguistique de l'Afrique de l'Ouest (French)
- Svenska Liftanläggningars Organisation (Sweden)
- Surplus Line Association of Oregon (insurance)
- Saboted Light Armor Penetrating (.50 caliber M903 cartridge)
- Secret Large-Scale Atmospheric Program (chemtrail conspiracy)
- Senior Leader Approval Process (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A BRITISH Sign Language teacher from Coventry is in the running for a Teacher of the Year award.
We don't currently cater for deaf or mute students because we still don't have sign language teachers.
95 Words in My Hands: A Teacher, A Deaf-Blind Man, An Unforgettable Journey is the award-winning inspirational tale of an eighty-six year old deaf-blind pianist, who lost his senses since age forty-five, and his renewal in life through the hand-over-hand sign, as told by his sign language teacher Diane Chambers.
The 16-year-old, who wanted to be a sign language teacher, has had to be given extra time while sitting her AS-level exams this month.
Sign language teacher Steve McKenna was told he would not be able to understand emergency procedures as he tried to board the Liverpool bound plane at Belfast international airport.
He is the third sign language teacher to be hired for Arlington's new program, a program that is growing in popularity among students.