3 edition of The education of Koko found in the catalog.
|Statement||Francine Patterson & Eugene Linden ; photographs by Ronald H. Cohn|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P96 P37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 224 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||224|
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The Education of Koko by Francine Patterson & Eugene Linden © All signed words (those made in American Sign Language) are indicated in italics. 3 PREFACE Koko. THE EDUCATION OF KOKO by Francine Patterson and Eugene Linden is nonfiction about a gorilla named Koko who was raised to speak by sign language.
The book is full of interesting facts and great pictures, but it was a disappointment. I expected that it would be Koko's and the authors' story/5.
THE EDUCATION OF KOKO by Francine Patterson and Eugene Linden is nonfiction about a gorilla named Koko who was raised to speak by sign language. The book is full of interesting facts and great pictures, but it was a disappointment.
I expected that /5(16). Chronicles Dr. Penny Patterson’s experience as Koko’s dedicated teacher, mentor, and surrogate mother, from PhD.
dissertation to life-long study and relationship. Koko’s education gives us a glimpse into the mind of our closest relative, and sheds important new light on the nature of the human beast.
Download here: teok_book. Get this from a library. The education of Koko. [Francine Patterson; Eugene Linden] -- A personal, scientific account of the ground-breaking Project Koko discusses Patterson's controversial experimental program of teaching sign language to an ape.
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THE EDUCATION OF KOKO by Francine Patterson and Eugene Linden is nonfiction about a gorilla named Koko who was raised to speak by sign language.
The book is full of interesting facts and great pictures, but it was a disappointment. I expected that /5(13). The Education of Koko by Francine Patterson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Education of Koko by Patterson, Francine - AbeBooks.
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GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Francine ""Penny"" Patterson, who earned her psychology doctorate at Stanford with ""Project Koko,"" has been working and signing (in Ameslan, the sign language of the deaf) with her female gorilla since obtaining the then-infant in The Education of Koko by Francine Patterson and Eugene Linden Koko is a gorilla who was taught sign language by Francine Patterson (known as Penny), a graduate student in psychology at Stanford University.
The project began in when Koko was one year old, and the book covers its first nine years. Francine ""Penny"" Patterson, who earned her psychology doctorate at Stanford with ""Project Koko,"" has been working and signing (in Ameslan, the sign language of the deaf) with her female gorilla since obtaining the then-infant in Though other such experiments have been with chimps, Patterson believes (and seems to have proven) that the gorilla's less cooperative.
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Koko and Penny A McGraw Hill Wonders Text Study This book study contains activities focusing on ELA Common Core Performance Standards for first grade.
Contents 1. Story anchor charts 2. Comprehension questions 3. “Cause and Effect” cut and paste 4. Sequencing cut and paste printable 5. “Koko” chara. Koko. K likes. Books. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: 5K. Hanabiko "Koko" (July 4, – J ) was a female western lowland gorilla known for having learned many hand signs from a modified version of American Sign Language (ASL).
Koko was born at the San Francisco Zoo and lived most of her life in Woodside, California, at The Gorilla Foundation's preserve in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The name "Hanabiko" (花火子), : July 4,San Francisco Zoo, U.S.
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Patterson received the gorilla on loan, then arranged to keep her for good, a struggle documented in the book The Education of Koko. Adorably proportioned, like a much hairier version of a human infant, the toy suggests why Patterson, PhD '79, might have first fallen in love with Koko.
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This is the true story of Koko the gorilla and her kitten, All Ball - how they met, how Koko loved and cared for All Ball, and how Koko grieved when All Ball died. The story is told by Dr.
Francine Patterson, the first person to communicate with a gorilla using American Sign Language. Over thirteen years, Koko learned about five hundred words from Dr.
Patterson, which she used to /5. In The Education of Koko, an adult title, Patterson described her successful career as a teacher and caretaker of a female gorilla, Koko.
Sincethe author and Koko have been communicating in sig. The Gorilla Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in by Francine Patterson in order to purchase the young gorilla named Koko from the San Francisco son had been teaching Koko American Sign Language sinceunder custody of the zoo.
InPatterson moved the project from a trailer at the zoo to a new compound at Stanford University, yet there. Browse books by Koko Nishizuka The Beckoning Cat: Based on a Japanese Folktale. by Koko Nishizuka and Rosanne Litzinger. 1 Resource. Add to Reading List Share this Book. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles.
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The Education of Koko, about Dr. Penny Patterson’s experiences as Koko’s mother and teacher, was published in with a quote from Koko re herself on the cover: “Fine animal gorilla.” Today Koko can comprehend ~ words of spoken English and more than signs of ASL.
The affection and caring in the relationships between Dr. Patterson and Koko and between Koko and her kitten are captured in Ronald Cohn's beautiful photographs. This selection is a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, as well as a Reading Rainbow Selection and a New York Academy of Science Honor Book.
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This open access book explores the key dimensions of a future education system designed to enable individuals, schools, and communities to achieve the twin twenty-first century challenges of sustainability and human well-being. Bestselling author Peter Straub's Koko is a gripping psychological thriller in which horror and paranoia are indistinguishable from four men knew what it meant.
Now they must stop it. They were Vietnam vets-a doctor, a lawyer, a working stiff, and a writer/5(19). “She pushed her soft face close to mine, smelling me and looking me over,” Patterson recalled in her book, “The Education of Koko.” “I signed hello (a gesture somewhat like a salute).
Koko Kalango has represented Nigeria on various international platforms including Poland World Book CapitalIncheon World Book CapitalBangkock World Book CapitalEdinburgh Book. The first cover, in October offeatured a photograph Koko had taken of herself in a mirror.
The second issue, in January ofincluded the story of. Koko’s résumé is more impressive than most humans’: She stars in a book called Koko’s Kitten written by Patterson and Gorilla Foundation co.
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