American Sign Language Teacher Resources
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American Sign Language Hand Symbols
Whether you are learning or teaching American Sign Language, a thorough resource on the ways to depict different hand symbols is sure to enhance your journey into proficiency. With sections on different hand symbol groups, including...
American Sign Language History and Practice
Is fingerspelling a popular way to communicate in American Sign Language? Actually, only about 15% of a conversation between Deaf people uses fingerspelling! Learn more about Deaf history and review a variety of general strategies for...
ASL Coach - 'American Sign Language'
ASL, or American Sign Language, uses fingerspelling quite a bit. If you or someone you know is in need of a quick and easy way to learn those first letters and numbers, look no further.
American Sign Language F
In this American Sign language, letter f, handwriting worksheet, students trace and print both capital and lowercase f, 8 times each. A computer animation that shows students how to print the letters is provided. A picture of American...
American Sign Language G
In this American Sign Language, letter G, handwriting worksheet, students trace and print both capital and lowercase g, 8 times each. A computer animation that shows students how to print the letters is provided. A picture of the...
American Sign Language H
In this American Sign Language, letter H, handwriting worksheet, students trace and print both capital and lowercase H, 8 times each. A computer animation that shows students how to print the letters is provided. A picture of American...
Greetings in American Sign Language
What is your name? Run through the slides to acquaint your learners with greeting others in ASL. Your pupils will then practice introducing themselves to others around the classroom, and they will end the day by creating a poster...
A Historical and Educational Perspective on American Sign Language
Using Sign Language to Communicate with Your Special-Needs Students in the Classroom
ASL 1: Lesson 1
Experience lesson one of an extensive American Sign Language series! Whether you are teaching ASL or learning it as a communication tool to use in your special education class, this lesson is great! Foundational signs, such as finger...
Role play! It's time for learners to interact and practice their vocabulary in context. American Sign Language learners are given different scenarios and are encouraged to converse with others utilizing their new vocabulary. Great...
American Sign Language Cards
In this American Sign Language worksheet, learners cut out and study six illustrated cards. Students follow the written directions and picture clues to learn to sign these words: animal, tree, bag, wind, rain, bird.
American Sign Language
Provide your ASL learners with lots of historical and cultural information on the Deaf community. As the slides are text heavy and extensive, select certain slides to cover based on your day's agenda.
American Sign Language Poster
In this American sign language worksheet, students learn the alphabet by analyzing this poster that has each letter with a picture of the hand in the correct position. There are no questions to answer.
C is for C: American Sign Language
In this early childhood letter Cc activity, students practice tracing the uppercase C and lowercase c lines before they form the same letters independently on the lines provided. A picture of the symbol C in American Sign Language is...
ASL Lesson 18
Have a discussion, review nouns, and practice speaking using ASL. Lesson 18 of 30+ extensive lessons on using American Sign Language covers classifiers, coded English, and asking questions. Each link embedded in the lesson plan provides...
Master ASL Unit Two: Directionality
What is directionality? Pronouns are imbedded in many signs used in American Sign Language. Teach your class some of the most common directional verbs and give them opportunities for practice. End this short day with a brief...
EdTech Tuesdays: Signed Stories
A tablet can be a great visual tool for the classroom, and this American sign language tool could be just what you're looking for. Rich and Jennifer provide an overview of the app and point out the features that would be great for...
American Sign Language University
Go over the building blocks of American Sign Language with an interactive alphabet tool. As learners of all ages hover their cursors over a letter, the image of a hand changes to reflect that letter's sign in ASL.
Impact of Native Americans
Scholars discover the contributions Native Americans have given the world. Pupils examine materials and discuss their importance, including American Sign Language. A worksheet carefully organizes examples; groups jigsaw a reading passage...
Classifiers help describe things in American Sign Language. Provide your class with a visual image for each classifier, and then use this presentation as a review tool. Finally have learners put their knowledge to use by selecting...
Deaf and Diverse
Students examine deaf culture and the role that American Sign Language plays in forging a sense of community.
Learning American Sign Language (ASL): Using Alphabet Flash Cards
Young scholars participate in various alphabet flashcard games to study the sign letters used by the hearing impaired.
Give Me a Little Sign
Students watch an episode of the PBS show "Maya & Miguel," and demonstrate various letters and words in American Sign Language. They create a message using a comic strip, spell their name using ASL, and answer discussion questions...
E is for E (ASL)
In this American Sign Language, letter e worksheet, students trace capital and lowercase e, 8 times each. Students then print capital and lower case e 9 times each. A computer animation is provided which demonstrates how to print each...
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