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Practice Reading ASL Names| Learn to read fingerspelling | Sign Language Receptive Skills


Hi guys, Laura here.
So now that we finished our number series We did one to a hundred blocks of ten It seemed to take a long time, but we wanted to make sure to do them slowly so that everybody could learn them. I hope you found them useful. Now I’m back into the question and answer video. So, one of my viewers Sharee Wilson,
she actually asked a really great question So I think this made a good video idea and she asked if I could do names fingerspelling name slowly So that she could get used to seeing them and being able to read them because she gets deaf customers that come in and she wants to be able to just read their names at a faster pace, I guess. And so obviously I can’t go through all of the names but Just having practice Reading the different letters would be helpful. So I thought that was a really great idea So today I’m going to just do ten names. I’m going to stick with three letter names and We’ll see how it goes. You guys can give me some feedback and let me know if you found it useful or not And if you did find it useful, let me know because then I will just continue doing these type of videos for you So you can get practice with your receptive skills, with your reading the alphabet skills.
Okay, so if you don’t know your alphabet, I will link to the video that we did that teaches you the alphabet and We go through it really slowly. So you’ll be able to pick it up by the end of it. I’m sure But for those of you who have learned you alphabet, let’s see if you can identify These names. So the first one we’re going to start out with is Have you figured it out yet? So B.o.b Bob. So the next one, let’s see if you can get this one. One more time slowly, okay Did you get what that was s u e Sue Okay. Next one. Let’s do this one Did you get what that was? L e o Leo Okay, here’s another one. Did you get that one? p a t Pat Number five Okay, did you get that one s a m Sam Next Did you get that one Jay? J o e Joe Okay, ah okay about this one Did you get it? J o y Joy Joy Okay, number eight Got that one? I v y Ivy Number nine, here we go Did you get that one? M a x Max Okay last one today Last time. Z o e Zoe You might have got that one because there’s not a lot of three letter names that start with Z Anyway, I hope that’s a bit helpful to practice that way Let me know because if you did find it helpful, I’m happy to do more names I’ll do a few more three letter names we can move into four letter names just to help you guys Start to learn how to read people’s names So, thanks for watching as always you guys. And if you have any questions don’t hesitate to leave them in the comment section below. I’m always happy to answer them. I know I have a bit of a backlog of people’s questions Which I will get to I’m starting to those videos now. I just wanted to get through the number series first and Now I’m back. So thanks for watching guys and have a great day. Bye for now

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