Ges (1999) affirms that the language of signals will be necessary so that it has more propitious conditions to the expansion of the interpersonal relations, constituting the cognitivo and affective functioning, promoting the constitution of the subjectivity. It is necessary to analyze the question of the orality and the gestualidade of the deaf people, that for much time of its history comes being discriminated for its form of communication, making with that they become inferiorizados in relation its majoritria language. Sacks (1998, P. 52) standes out that ' ' (…) a human being is not unprovided of mind or mentally deficient without a language, however he is seriously restricted in the reach of its thoughts, confined, in fact, to an immediate world, pequeno' '. The deaf people must have access to the Language of Signals possible, becoming adult mature, independent and more early capable to elaborate thoughts for a perspective of adjusted life, therefore without the acquisition of the same everything he finishes being more difficult. The deaf person acquires the Language of Signals with easiness and rapidity what it aid, and very, in the acquisition of its language, propitiates a great chance of if communicating and expressing its feelings. Most preoccupying he is that many times the Language of Signals is denied for it, making it difficult its interaction with the world and its cognitivo, lingustico and affective development. Ges (1999) if relates that the learning of a language implies of certain form to consider a way to attribute significaes to the world for intermediary of the language, thus perceiving the cultural peculiarities. Considering that throughout its life, the listener, develops abilities of captation of information of the way where he lives, through the hearing and of the vision, creating codes that assimilate images to the sounds, thus obtaining, to process diverse information for the simple fact to be present in a predominant environment of the verbal language.