Sea, Sand, Snack! - ASL - Sign Language
In this one-time sign language class, students will learn how to use their hands and body to provide signs for fun or interesting sightings, happenings and even food they may see when near the sea.
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During this exciting Sign Language class, students will learn how to move their hands and use their expressive skills to communicate what they may see or experience through the wonderful world of sign language, when on an adventure to the sea. As their teacher, I will guide students in learning each sign for our vocabulary words by modeling the signs. Students will then independently sign the vocabulary words. This class not only allows the students to learn signs for individual words, the...
Students will improve communication skills, confidence, and positively work the brain as they learn sign language.
I began learning sign language as a child. As an adult, I received a college degree in Sign Language, as well as receiving a sign language certificate. I have professionally used my sign language skills as an Interpreter for the Deaf for about 10 years. In addition to this, I've taught sign language to students from PreK to adults for years. I loved my experience with teaching "College for Kids" classes - in which I taught classes to students (ages 7-13) during summers at a local university. My bachelor's and master's degrees center around education. My teaching certificates have allowed me to teach children from ages PreK through 18 for over 21 years. My teaching certificates include - 1) General Education and 2) Special Education. As a teacher, I have incorporated "sign language" as a technique to boost students' communication skills, broaden their understanding of vocabulary, heighten their ability to learn subjects, and support their memory of important learning techniques and rules - in both face-to-face classes and online classes.
Students homework is simply to use their new vocabulary in order to retain the signs that they learn. Showing their skills to others is so much fun for everyone involved.
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25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hello! I am Jeanette. Thank you for coming by and checking out my information. My bachelor and master's degree center around education. My list of teaching certifications are as follows - 1) General Education and 2) Special Education. I am...