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Let's Sign Together: Signing Class for Beginners
Signing Storytime Book 9: The Very Busy Spider
There was a little spider busy spinning her web. When a horse and goat stopped and asked if she wanted to play, she doesn’t answer them. Join us and find out what other farm animals wanted the busy spider to come play and have fun.
Ms. Mischel, M.Ed - ASL Advocate
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This ‘Signing Storytime’ book is designed to provide a fun way for children to develop important language skills through interactive storytelling and sign language. Reading with a child is an important part of developing reading skills; and in this class children will have an opportunity to participate in an interactive read-aloud story time. A read-aloud is an instructional practice I use to read text aloud to children. With this method I incorporate sign language, use a variation in...
Participating in read-aloud stories will improve children's reading comprehension skills. Children will be able to answer open-ended questions about the story. They will be able to provide comments about the story and be able to re-tell parts of the story through story boarding. Children will also learn how to listen and take turns.
I am a certified ‘Time to Sign’ ASL instructor with more than 15 years experience, but I don't teach American Sign Language (ASL). I use ASL to teach ‘key word’ signing. My passion is combining the many components of ASL into my curriculum to promote early literacy, expand alphabet knowledge, improve early math skills and enhance social/emotional development of young learners. My classes are designed to provide engaging sign and play activities that encourage curiosity and exploration. When children are playing, laughing, and smiling, they are learning!
No homework required.
Children are welcome to bring their favorite animal friend or toy to story time. Please provide child with a glue stick or paste to use with activity in class. Note: Learners will receive one or two handouts to help re-tell the story. Parents will receive a Read-Aloud P.E.E.R. Tip Resource. All items may be downloaded upon enrollment.
20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Mischel, M.Ed - ASL Advocate
A Fun Early Childhood Educator with a Love and Passion for ASL
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
2 completed classes
My name is Mischel Powell, I’m a passionate and innovative early childhood educator with over thirty years of teaching experience. I am a certified ‘Time to Sign’ ASL instructor with more than 20 years experience, but I don't teach American Sign...