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#2 Reading ASL names practice | Learn finger spelling | Sign Language Receptive Skills

#2 Reading ASL names practice | Learn finger spelling | Sign Language Receptive Skills

Hi guys, Laura here. So today we’re going to be doing more reading of fingerspelled names. A lot of you like that exercise so I thought we’d do more and maybe we’ll make it a regular feature. Today I’m going Read more…


Fingerspelling Receptive Practice (005) ASL (Rear View)

Fingerspelling Receptive Practice (005) ASL (Rear View)

How to Sign a Riddle in ASL: Math Magic

How to Sign a Riddle in ASL: Math Magic

Math…those numbers…algebra, geometry, calculus ugh conglomeration! Either you are the kind madly in love, with a passion, working with numbers, Or like me loath it, are lousy with it and just plain stink at math. Regardless I want to share Read more…


Brothers Spelling Names Using Sign Language

Brothers Spelling Names Using Sign Language

Noah, how old are you? Two! Can you spell your own name already? Yes How do you spell it? N O A H And… Can you spell Matthew? M A T T H E W Great job Noah! Love you Read more…


Signing Naturally Unit 1 Vocabulary: Beginnings

Signing Naturally Unit 1 Vocabulary: Beginnings

Here are the beginning vocabulary for you to practice. REMEMBER FORGET, FORGET. AGAIN, AGAIN. CORRECT or right. INCORRECT/WRONG COPY-ME notice that my hand is facing forward to you so you are copying me. So COPY-ME. Or me copying you: my Read more…


Learn ASL Grammar in a Short Story About Elephants

Learn ASL Grammar in a Short Story About Elephants

Hi, I’m Tammy Carpenter. My name sign is … Welcome to my class! Are my students ready to practice what we practiced in class last night? Don’t worry. If you’re not in my class, it’s fine You can learn anyway Read more…


Barron’s ASL The E-Z Way Vocabulary: Chapter 11

Barron’s ASL The E-Z Way Vocabulary: Chapter 11

In this video, I want to review the vocabulary taught in Chapter 11: Classifiers and the World Games for the Deaf. RED, RED, PEN or PEN, CL:1 like a pen sitting on a shelf, this being the shelf, this being Read more…


How to Remember the ASL Alphabet (CC)

How to Remember the ASL Alphabet (CC)

Hi! Welcome to the first lesson of Welcome Back to ASL! My name is Heather Ivey Name sign is ‘H’ from the forehead and down There are many reasons to learn ASL. Later, I’ll ask you to tell me your Read more…


ASL Fingerspelling Practice + Do’s and Don’ts

ASL Fingerspelling Practice + Do’s and Don’ts

Fingerspelling comes in handy everyday in American Sign Language. ASL speakers use fingerspelling to talk about things like brand names, books, movies and more. But there’s some very important do’s and don’ts to keep in mind when fingerspelling. Let’s jump Read more…


“Nice” in American Sign Language

“Nice” in American Sign Language

Nice to Meet You. (: