ASL Level 1 - High School Course
ASL Level 1 is an exciting and interactive class for children who want to learn Sign Language and at a High School beginner level!
682 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 28 learners
learners per class
$19 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 20 weeks
45 minutes per class
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ASL Level 1 is an exciting and interactive class for beginner students who want to learn American Sign Language at a high school level! Our course schedule includes: Week 1: Introductions, Alphabet and Numbers Week 2: Colors, Animals, and the Proper Order of Description Week 3: Food, Money, and Conversational Shopping Week 4: Time and Question Words, ASL Grammar, Translating Week 5: Family, Pronouns, and Topics Week 6: Emotions and Proper Facial Expressions Week 7: Clothes, Patterns, and...
I have been studying the language my entire life but have been fluent in ASL for 18 years and have been an interpreter for 6, I am a child of an HoH, and hold many ASL certifications.
The students will be asked to complete 3 fun ASL assignments throughout the school year. These include ASL Hand Art, Deaf History Project, and the 5 Parameters.
Students will need access to a printer for two of the assignments. The students will also need non-toxic paint, face paint is ideal, multiple color choices is encouraged.
I will provide quizzes, class assignments, a midterm, final exam, class certificates, and a final grade. The grade will be based off of an accumulation of quiz, test, and assignments results, as well as class participation. Final grades will be based off of 40% test results, 25% quiz results, 25% assignments, and 10% class participation.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students will be required to have their cameras on for each lesson. This will allow the students to see each other’s hands while signing. Tests will be done through online Google Forms. I will also have the students watch a video on Deaf history through a YouTube link. Having access to a printer is important for the Deaf Culture assignment.
Tests will be done through online Google Forms. I will also have the students watch a video on Deaf history through a YouTube link. Having access to a printer is important for two of assignments.
Sara K.Encouraging, Creative, Experienced, and Enthusiastic Teacher
682 total reviews
423 completed classes
Hello! I am excited to meet your child in the classroom! I am a mother to two wonderful Children, Alyssa (9) and Felix (5). I am married to my loving husband, we are celebrating our 11th year of marriage. I have my Bachelors of Science degree in...