My ASL Crash Course
All I'll need to study ASL is: a passion for learning, hands, and (of course) the internet.
Week 2-5: Master the basics of ASL communication
Week 6-7: Put together the visual aids (a slide show)/notecards for the mini-lesson
Week 7: Present mini-lesson
- The ASL alphabet
- People's name signs
- Relation between facial expressions and meaning of signs
- Signs necessary for basic conversations, such as "Thank you", and "Where's the bathroom?"
- Deaf Culture
- Work productively and are accountable for their actions. (21.K-2.ES.5)
- Shows initiative and demonstrate self-direction in activities. (21.K-2.ES.4)