Intro to American Sign Language ~ the Alphabet and Introductions | Ages 7-9
In this one-time lesson, we'll focus on the ABCs and introducing ourselves in ASL. We'll also learn some basic phrases and feelings.
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In this lesson we'll learn: 🔤 ABCs 🤝🏼 Introductions - Hello - My name is... - Nice to meet you. 🤷🏻♀️ How are you? 🎭 Basic feelings ✨If time allows we may learn some bonus words and phrases We'll start by welcoming everyone. Be prepared to answer this question. Why do you like or want to learn ASL? Then we'll start our lesson and start learning our alphabet and keywords and phrases. We'll practice these words and phrases with each other throughout the class with roleplay. I'm a...
Students will learn the American Sign Language alphabet, how to spell their names, and how to introduce themselves. We'll also discuss why they like ASL and want to learn.
I grew up around the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. My grandparents and aunt have been teaching and interpreting ASL for 20+ years. I often enjoyed going with them to different Sign Language events, practicing my ASL in voices-off areas, and making new friends. They didn't interpret for me. I was always expected to learn ASL and speak for myself if I wanted to communicate.
I hope learners will continue practicing the alphabet and their names in ASL. When they see words in English they can practice spelling them in ASL. This will help them get faster at spelling and recognizing fingerspelling as they continue learning ASL. Also keep practicing our introductions, keywords, and phrases to get faster and smoother in your signs.
1 file available upon enrollmentWe will refer to an ASL alphabet chart that I've provided in the welcome post from the website StartASL.com. Students can have this on hand during class and use this for practice later.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
We'll practice through roleplay during the class, but more progress will happen during their practice after class.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Teacher & Eternal Learner | TESOL (ESL Teaching Ceritficate) | Certified and Experienced Online Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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📦Currently relocating ~ I'll be adding more classes soon after we get settled. Hello! My name is Kenzie. I'm a TESOL certified teacher with a Bachelor's degree in Education. I've been teaching English online since 2017. I also have experience...