Introduction to American Sign Language ~ Basics Mini-Course | Ages 6 - 10
In this two-week mini-course, we'll learn some basics of ASL. This includes the alphabet, introductions, colors, and feelings.
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Twice per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this 2 week course, we'll take our time learning some basic American Sign Language. We'll cover the alphabet and introductions, questions and phrases, colors, feelings, foods, and hobbies. We'll practice our new words and phrases with each other throughout the class with roleplay. If we have time we'll learn some bonus words and phrases. I'm a patient and kind teacher, so all our learners can feel comfortable and relaxed. Also remember, as you practice after class your signing will...
Students will learn the American Sign Language alphabet and how to introduce themselves. They'll also learn how to sign their favorite foods and colors and express how they feel.
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.
Practicing what we learn throughout the mini-course is key. For example, when you learn to fingerspell, spell the things you see. When we learn the colors, sign the colors around you. When we learn feelings, express how you feel in ASL. This will help all that ASL knowledge to stick and you'll remember for years to come.
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 the class and use this for practice later.
At different points during class I'll ask questions that we've learned in ASL without voicing the question. The learner will be expected to answer in ASL. They can get help if needed. We'll also have role-playing opportunities for students to practice with no voice.
1 hour 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
3 total reviews
6 completed classes
📦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...