ASL I Session II (ages 8-12)
This 10-week class is part II of the ASL I series. Before taking this class it is required to take Session I.
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Completed by 10 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 10 weeks
45 minutes per class
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In this exciting class, students will build on the knowledge they learned in ASL I Session I! This class will be done almost exclusively in ASL. It is a great class, and your student is assured they will learn a lot as they grow in their language learning. During this course, students will learn the following: - Making requests - Asking for advice - Grammar - Negation - Lexical signs - Have, want, like, need - Family relations - Introduction to classifiers - Adjectives - Verbs - Pronouns -...
If you have taken ASL I Session I, you are ready for Session II. Goals and objectives for the student by week ten is as follows: 1. Possess a deeper understanding of ASL grammar in order to have more effective communication 2. Demonstrate expressive and receptive competence appropriate for an ASL II student 3. Students will be encouraged not to think in English 4. Demonstrate the ability to recognize and produce ASL sentence structures.
I love ASL! It is my second language and I have been a part of the d/Deaf community for more than 20 years in various capacities such as: area coordinator for a d/Deaf teen ministry called Deaf Teen Quest, freelance interpreting for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, but most of my interpreting was in the school system. Since moving from Kentucky to Florida 5 years ago, I have transitioned exclusively to teaching freelance ASL classes for middle and high school students (ASL levels 1-3) and tutoring students one-on-one. I've also had the opportunity to work with a hearing family who has a deaf toddler.
1-2 hours of practice are recommended each week.
Handouts will be uploaded prior to class.
Learners are assessed at the end of each class to assure they understand the content practiced and demonstrated in class.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Adam FreihautASL Educator/Instructor
76 total reviews
70 completed classes
Hello, I look forward to having your student in my ASL classroom! My wife of 23 years and I have two adult children, Aidan (20) and Elijah (19), who have been exclusively homeschooled through various co-ops. I have been a part of the d/Deaf...