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How’s the Weather Song

How’s the Weather Song

How’s the weather? It’s sunny. How’s the weather? It’s sunny. How’s the weather? It’s sunny. It’s sunny today. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. It’s rainy today. How’s the weather? It’s Read more…


Talking about Illnesses: English Language


ASL Teaching Philosophy

ASL Teaching Philosophy

This is a truly beautiful building, right? These pillars provide the foundation to help the building last a long time. The same principle applies to teaching: a sound foundation supports a lifetime of teaching. My ASL teaching philosophy has four Read more…


Gallaudet University Health and Wellness Programs Presents Bison Party Safe!

Gallaudet University Health and Wellness Programs Presents Bison Party Safe!

At Gallaudet University, students party safe. At Gallaudet University, students party smart. At Gallaudet University, students are socially responsible. Did you know that most of our students make healthy choices about alcohol and drugs? 80% of our students used alcohol Read more…


Cambodia Develops National Sign Language After Years of Genocide

Cambodia Develops National Sign Language After Years of Genocide

The Cambodian Deaf community is now learning a national sign language. We wanted to bring you a feature piece about one US scholar who is making a difference throughout their community. Erin Moriarty Harrelson: “When I first started my study Read more…


Urdu in Three Minutes – Introducing Yourself in Urdu

Urdu in Three Minutes – Introducing Yourself in Urdu

assalamu alaikum mera naam of flag absoluta who she we hi my name is Afra nice to meet you welcome toooo do pot 101 coms themed minute me or do the fastest easiest and most fun way to learn although Read more…


“Brand New Day!” from Sign2Me’s “Pick Me Up!” Music and ASL Signing Package


Present Perfect vs Past Simple : English Language

Present Perfect vs Past Simple : English Language

The Issaquah School District’s Dual Language Immersion Program

The Issaquah School District’s Dual Language Immersion Program

Learning another language at a young age is beneficial in so many ways: It promotes academic growth and mental development. It opens up opportunities throughout life. And it helps students to understand and connect with different cultures. Supported by a Read more…


Methods of Sign Language Teaching

Methods of Sign Language Teaching

Hello I’m Vyron Kinson. I’m from Georgia. I’ve been teaching American Sign Language (ASL) in classroom settings. Most of my students are Deaf children, hearing teenagers, hearing parents of Deaf child(ren), college students, and working staff members. On the average Read more…