American Sign Language | One-On-One Class
This class is for one-on-one time with the instructor. This class is perfect for individual time or siblings that would all like to learn American Sign Language without full group instruction.
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Completed by 9 learners
Once per week
learner per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this course, your child will learn the basics of American Sign Language. This is a one-on-one class or small group (with siblings or friends sharing a computer) *This class will use English and American Sign Language* During our 5-week course, your child will learn: Week 1: 9/20/2022 -The Alphabet Your child will learn, express in sign, and use receptive skills to determine which letter is being signed during class. I will use slideshows and mini games to help students retain these...
During our 5-week course, your child will learn: Week 1: -The Alphabet Your child will learn, express in sign, and use receptive skills to determine which letter is being signed during class. I will use slideshows and mini games to help students retain these letters. We will also practice fingerspelling each of our names. Students will be encouraged to practice their ABC’s each day with a friend, family member, or sibling. Students will receive a handout of the alphabet with the matching signs to practice in the home. Week 2: -Numbers 1-20 In our second week, your child will learn numbers 1-20 using proper hand parameters and learn why hand placement is so important when producing numbers. Students will be quizzed in a fun, engaging way to practice respective skills. They will practice producing numbers 1-20 in sign language. Students will receive a handout to practice with in the home. Week 3: -Emotions In our third week, students will learn how to sign emotions and how to ask, “How are you today?” Students will practice signing different emotions as a response to practice expression and receptive skills. Students will be presented with a handout with emotion signs to practice with in the home. Week 4: -Colors and Basic Introductions In our fourth week, students will learn all about colors and how to have basic introductions using phrases like, “Hi, my name is…” “How are you?” “Are you hearing or Deaf?” “What is your favorite color?” “How old are you?” Students will receive two handouts. One will include the color signs while the other will have a list of sentences they should practice signing in the home. Week 5: -Review Day In our fifth and final week, we will review all that we have learned so far. There will be mini games and fun interactive ways to see how much students have retained in the past four weeks. This class is important in order to move on to Beginner Part 2! Once completed, your child will receive a certificate showing they have completed Beginner American Sign Language Part 1/3!
I studied American Sign Language Interpreting in college and received my Bachelor's Degree through Northern Arizona University. I have been a sign language Interpreter in the K-12 setting for the past eight years. I am fluent and passionate about this beautiful language and Deaf culture. I also have experience teaching. So I figured why not merge the two together!
Students will be encouraged to practice at home with friends or family members. You can have your child demonstrate what they have learned by having them show you new signs from class. You can also ask questions and allow your child to answer in sign such as, "What is your favorite color?" Your student can answer in sign what their favorite color is.
A notebook and pencil to write down newly learned signs
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This class may use Kahoot as a fun and interactive way to test their ASL skills learned. Students will not need to make an account or "sign in." They will use the cahoot.it website to type in a game pin shared by the instructor. The teacher may also share the screen via Zoom and use Google Slides for ASL information
Sign Language Teacher, Fitness Instructor, Cheerleading Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 total review
10 completed classes
Hello and welcome! My name is Brittany. I teach sign language, fitness courses, and am hoping to begin a cheerleading basics course as well! I am so excited you are interested. Please be sure to ask any questions you may have. I went to Northern...