Lesson 03 Narrative (story)

ASL Lessons
Lesson 03 Story / narration practice. (Audience level: Beginner)
ASLU: ASL University Level 1, Lesson 3. Dr. Bill Vicars reviewing a basic story with Estefanny who is a beginning level student.
This video is intended for beginners who barely know the fingerspelled alphabet. The goal here is to get the student signing a short narrative:
MY FAMILY ALL LIKE GO GRANDMA HOUSE.
SHE LIVE CITY SMALL.
NAME SALEM.
HER HOUSE BIG. BATHROOM HAVE THREE.
MY DAD GROW-UP THERE.
I THINK HOUSE SWELL.
DAD THINK SO-SO.
MY DAD not-LIKE SCHOOL THERE.
WHY-[rhetorical]? TEACHER THEY BAD.
HAVE ONE NICE TEACHER. NAME SMITH.
DAD THINK SHE GOOD.
THAT SCHOOL NEED MORE GOOD TEACHER.
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– Dr. Bill

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