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ASL 1-1 | Americain Sign Language One on One Private/Custom Lessons
These ongoing lessons will be customized to each learner. Learners will develop basic conversational skills in ASL. Focusing on topics such as: Family, numbers, colors, hobbies, food, places, calendar/time, and past/future tense.
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Once per week
learner per class
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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
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American Sign Language Private lessons Develop Your ASL Skills | Beginners Brittley Oliver ***Due to the nature of 1-1 customized lessons, each meeting will generally follow the below agenda, but at times will change to fit learning needs depending on learners level and learning style.*** Summary Week 1: Introduction & Family Introduce oneself & discus family & pets Week 2: Numbers & Colors Discuss how many pets and their colors Week 3: Hobbies & Food Sign...
The goal is for learners to familiarize themselves with how to communicate basic things in ASL through dialogue form; learning the vocabulary straight from the dialogue then practicing sentences with the vocab. Then forming dialogue with the sentences. This not only encourages the student to use ASL right away, but reinforces the vocabulary, basic grammar and the confidence to communicate in a foreign language.
Graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, with a Bachelor's of Science in American Sign Language Interpretation. I've tutored in person from 2018-2019, and have taught in person and online from 2019-currently.
(Homework is optional upon parents' request) Home work will be assigned each week and will be reviewed every other class meeting. Homework will be either translating 10 English sentences to ASL, or 10 ASL sentences to English. Homework will be reviewed in class. Any challenges or homework questions will be gone over in class as well.
At the end of every 8 weeks learners will receive a written report helping parents understand what their child has learned so far and specific areas for improvement.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
If your child is having trouble recalling a sign you can always look it up by simply googling "ASL ______" For example "ASL__enjoy__" and about 3 ASL dictionaries will appear 'LifePrint.com' Sigingsavvy.com' and 'Handspeak.com'. These non-mandatory resources are listed in the materials section as third-party websites.
Language Lover, Painter, Traveler, Cat Mom, ASL Language Coach/Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
6 total reviews
13 completed classes
Hi, my name is Brittley Oliver and I enjoy learning languages and linguistics. I love breaking down languages and seeing how they are structurally formed and how they compare to other languages. I graduated with an ASL (American Sign Language)...