FINGERSPELLING ALPHABET ASL, BACK VIEW: the view of the fingerspelling hand from behind, either as the signer yourself and your own hand or seeing another sign from behind. Reading fingerspelling from behind is an important skill for any signer and especially the interpreter as you may need to help cue/feed your team from behind or interpret at odd angles, and it overall improves your receptive skills.
High Cognitive Effort. It is clear that the pictures are teaching sign language, but it takes a lot of brain power to be able to remember and interpret them. The words underneath do help to clarify what is being shown.