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Students will learn through signing their ABCs with the webcam and receive feedback on their signing quality for letters. This is strictly finger spelling, not ASL grammar or usage technique. We can also discuss how the deaf community develops name signs rather than finger spelling names. If time permits we will discuss and learn some basic signs used to introduce yourself, learn the days of the week, and some very basic phrases and important words. Syntax will only be discussed in the...
Students will learn all 26 alphabetic signs for finger spelling in American sign Language and should be able to sign their own name by the end of the class (with practice).
My first school was a school for the deaf, where my mother was a teacher. ASL was my first language, although I haven't spoken it fluently since I was young.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jamye E CarrScience, Languages and More!
342 total reviews
242 completed classes
I have 14 years of experience in public school teaching, specializing in Biology, Chemistry, Aquatic Science, and Astronomy. My teaching style incorporates student guided inquiry based learning, Socratic instruction, and adaptive lessons. In...