How to sign a variety of locations at schools including AREA, ADMINISTRATION, AUDITORIUM, BACK, BATHROOM, BUILDING, CAFETERIA, CLASS, ENTRANCE, FIELD, FLAG, FRONT, GYM, HALLWAY, LAB, LIBRARY, LOBBY, LOCKER, OFFICE, NURSE, PARKING AREA/LOT, POOL, ROOM, SNACK MACHINE, SODA MACHINE, STADIUM, STORE, STUDENT CENTER, TECHNOLOGY CENTER, THEATRE, and WATER FOUNTAIN.
Learn how to sign money in American Sign Language (ASL). Words included are: MONEY, CENTS, DOLLARS, PENNY, NICKEL, DIME, QUARTER, $1, $5, $10, $20, $100, hundreds, $1,000, thousands, $1,000,000, $1,000,000,000, $1-9, $10+, and examples of amounts using dollars and cents.
Sign Language Lessons – Christmas (ASL Snippets #19) (Are you a new signer? Start with ASL Snippets #1) This ASL Snippet focuses on some popular American Christmas concepts. Of course, you have to have Santa Claus, his reindeer, a Christmas tree and stockings! And then on a more religious note, I’ll show a very condensed
This is a basic vocabulary video related to the culturally appropriate ways to get a Deaf person’s attention and bidding farewells. The signs included in this video are: EYE-CONTACT, GOODBYE, HAND WAVE, LATER, LOOK-AT-ME, ME-TOO, NO-EYE-CONTACT, SEE-YOU, SEE-YOU LATER, SEE-YOU TOMORROW, TAKE-CARE, TAP-SHOULDER, TOMORROW, and TURN-OFF-VOICE.
Vocabulary video on how to get around town – transportation and giving directions. Compatible with Unit 9 “My Community” p.353 from Master ASL! Level One Textbook. Vocabulary includes the following: BLOCK, BUS, CORNER, GET IN, GET OUT, HIGHWAY, HYBRID, INTERSECTION, LEFT RIGHT, MILE, RIDE IN and (ride for a while), STOP LIGHT, STOP SIGN, SUBWAY,
Sign Language Lessons – Thanksgiving (ASL Snippets #18) (Are you a new signer? Start with ASL Snippets #1) This ASL Snippet focuses on some popular American Thanksgiving concepts. Let’s learn about getting together with family and friends to a HUGE Thanksgiving feast along with some football and the traditional parades and even briefly mentioning the
How to sign different classes and subjects such as ANATOMY, ART, ASL, ASTRONOMY, AUTO BODY, BIOLOGY, BUSINESS, CHEMISTRY, COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, DRAMA, DRAWING, ECONOMICS, EDUCATION, ENGINEERING, ENGLISH, FASHION, FRENCH, GEOGRAPHY, GOVERNMENT, GRAPHIC DESIGN, GYM, HEALTH, HISTORY (WORLD, AMERICAN, EUROPEAN, BLACK), INDEPENDENT STUDY, JOURNALISM (WRITING), LATIN, LITERATURE (SHAKESPEARE, POETRY), MATH (ALGEBRA GEOMETRY, TRIGONOMETRY, STATISTICS), PE, PHOTOGRAPHY, PHYSICS,
American Sign Language (ASL) taught by Dr. Bill Vicars who is Deaf/hh.* His wife, Belinda, is Deaf. He holds an earned doctorate (accredited) in Deaf Studies from Lamar University in Texas and currently teaches Deaf Studies and ASL full-time as an Associate Professor at California State University – Sacramento. These videos do not use sound.
Sign Language lessons – ASL Greetings and Introductions (American Sign Language) (Are you a new signer? Start with ASL Snippets #1) This video is not part of the official “ASL Snippets” series, but I’m adding it to the playlist to give viewers an opportunity to see some basic greetings and introductions in sign language. This
ASL idioms are figures of speech and can be fun to use. They also add depth to your signed conversations. Enjoy day 27 of Learn ASL in 31 Days! I have a reference chart for you to download on the blog! http://rochellebarlow.com/2014/08/learn-asl-in-31-days-day-27/
An ASL story using numbers 1 through 10 titled “Buccaneer”. Enjoy!
Sign Language Lessons – Halloween (ASL Snippets #17) (Are you a new signer? Start with ASL Snippets #1) This ASL Snippet focuses on some popular Halloween concepts. In addition to doing signs, I’m also demonstrating what is called “classifiers.” Classifiers are descriptive handshapes. We’ll continue to go more in-depth on classifiers. If there are signs
American Sign Language (ASL) Lesson 49 (part 3) Learn ASL with Dr. Bill Vicars of Lifeprint.com! Free Sign language lessons and instruction based on the “ASL University” curriculum! This video does not use sound. Visit http://Lifeprint.com and click on the related lesson for a list of the vocabulary and links to individual sign pages. If