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This lesson gives a brief history of how ASL became an accepted language for those that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

This video will go over the History of ASL review worksheet for students in grade K-1st (or any other students that may need assistance reading the worksheet).

In this lesson, you will discover the many things a DEAF person can do and whether they view themselves as having a disability or a shared culture.

This video will go over the Deaf Culture Review worksheet for students in grade K-1st (or any other students that may need assistance reading the worksheet).

This lesson will discuss the 5 elements that can completely change the meaning of a sign.

This video will go over the 5 Parameters Review worksheet for students in grade K-1st (or any other students that may need assistance reading the worksheet).

This lesson gives reasons why American Sign Language is considered a Foreign Language, much like Spanish and French.

This video dives deeper into the common sentence structure of ASL.

This lesson gives an introduction on how to sign letters Aa-Ff.

This lesson gives an introduction on how to sign letters Gg-Ll.

This lesson gives an introduction on how to sign letters Mm-Rr.

This lesson gives an introduction on how to sign letters Ss-Zz.

This lesson quickly reviews letters Aa-Zz for students in K-5th grade.

This lesson quickly reviews letters Aa-Zz for students in 2nd-5th grade. Students will have to identify the word I fingerspell.

This lesson gives an introduction to the correct signs and palm orientation for numbers 0-5.

This lesson will review numbers 0-5. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson gives an introduction to the correct signs and palm orientation for numbers 6-10.

This lesson will review numbers 6-10 for students in K-1st grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson will review numbers 6-10 for students in 2nd-5th grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson gives an introduction to the correct signs and palm orientation for numbers 11-15.

This lesson will review numbers 11-15 for students in K-1st grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson will review numbers 11-15 for students in 2nd-5th grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson gives an introduction to the correct signs and palm orientation for numbers 16-20.

This lesson will review numbers 16-20 for students in K-1st grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This lesson will review numbers 16-20 for students in 2nd-5th grade. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete this lesson.

This video will introduce the appropriate vocabulary needed to greet a Deaf person.

This lesson will review the greetings vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will apply the the vocabulary from our previous lesson by creating sentence used to greet others in ASL.

This lesson will review the greetings vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This quick review lesson will take all that we have learned and put it together in a song.

This lesson will introduce some very common vocabulary words.

This lesson will review the basic vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will introduce some very common vocabulary words.

This lesson will review the basic vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson introduces the basic vocabulary for the days of the week.

This video reviews the day of the week in a fun ASL song.

This lesson will review the days of the week vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson will review the days of the week vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson will review the days of the week vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson introduces the vocabulary for the basic colors.

This video reviews the colors in a fun ASL song.

This lesson will review the color vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the color vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the color vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces the vocabulary for family members.

This lesson reviews the family vocabulary words.

This lesson will review the family vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson will review the family vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete

This lesson introduces part 1 of the food vocabulary words.

This lesson reviews part 1 of the food vocabulary words.

This lesson will review part 1 of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review part 1 of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces part 2 of the food vocabulary words.

This lesson reviews part 2 of the food vocabulary words.

This lesson will review part 2 of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review part 2 of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review part 1 and 2 of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces some bonus food vocabulary.

This lesson will review the bonus part of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the bonus part of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the bonus part of the food vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces the feelings/emotions vocabulary.

This lesson reviews the vocabulary words for feelings/emotions.

This lesson will review the feelings/emotions vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the feelings/emotions vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces the bonus words for the feelings/emotions vocabulary.

This lesson will review the feelings/emotions vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces the vocabulary for school supplies and subjects.

This lesson reviews the vocabulary for school supplies and subjects.

This lesson will review the school vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the school vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the school vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson introduces the vocabulary for animals.

This lesson reviews the vocabulary for animals.

This lesson will review the animal vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

This lesson will review the animal vocabulary through a receptive skill practice. Students will need the attached worksheet to complete.

In this lesson students will conduct a quick review of school vocabulary. Then they will interpret a story that I sign. Students will need the attached worksheet.

In this lesson students will conduct a quick review of animal vocabulary. Then they will interpret a story that I sign. Students will need the attached worksheet.

In this lesson students will conduct a quick review of color vocabulary. Then they will interpret a story that I sign. Students will need the attached worksheet.

In this lesson students will conduct a quick review of family vocabulary. Then they will interpret a story that I sign. Students will need the attached worksheet.

In this lesson students will conduct a quick review of food vocabulary. Then they will interpret a story that I sign. Students will need the attached worksheet.

**Course Overview**

This course is designed for all first time American Sign Language (ASL) learners. No prior knowledge necessary! This course will review the history and basic foundations of ASL. We will also review necessary signs needed to start conversation, from ABCs to Everyday Signs.

**This course includes:**

3 Units

81 Total Video Lessons/Reviews

25 Introductory Lessons

10 Review Lessons

46 Worksheet Review Lessons (differentiated based upon grade or skill level)

61 Worksheets to go along with each lesson (differentiated based upon grade or skill level)

14 Quizzes

10+ Hours of Video Lessons

Answer Keys Available in the Resource Section for Parents

**Section 1: ASL Foundations**

History of ASL

Deaf Culture

5 Parameters

ASL as a Foreign Language

Topic Comment Statement

**Section 2: Vocabulary**

Alphabet

Numbers

Greetings

Basic Signs

Days of the Week

Colors

Family

Food

Fellings/Emotions

School

Animals

**Section 3: Receptive Skill Practice**

I Like School

My Favorite Animal

Colors

My Family

I'm So Hungry

**Course Goal:**

Upon completeion of this course, students will be able to introduce themselves and discuss various topics learned within the vocabulary section. Students will also have a general introduction into the history of ASL.

**Target Audience:**

This course is intended for any beginner in grades Kindergarten-5th grade; however, it can also be taken by any grade level student.

**Course Requirements:**

In order to successfully complete this course, students are expected to interact with each video and complete the worksheet specified for their grade level. There is no pre-requirement for this course.

**Upon completion of this course you will be able to:**

Greet someone

Tell someone your name and age

Discuss feelings

Discuss school

Identify colors

Identify days of the week

Identify family members

Idenitify foods

Identify animals

Fingerspell the Alphabet

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- Teacher: Denise
- Areas of expertise: Elementary Education K-6 (9 years)
- Education: Bachelors in Elementary Education (K-6) Masters in Reading and Curriculum
- Interests: In my spare time, I love to read, bake cookies, and paint!
- Skills: American Sign Language, PBIS Coordinator, Intervention, Behavior Management,
- Associations: Florida Teacher Certificate
- Issues I care about: Equal and Fair Education, Developing Early Literacy Skills

I have been working with kids since I was 14 years old. I am a teacher at heart and I love discovering new ways to make learning fun and engaging!

Test Preparation Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

THis worksheet provides the answers that go along with the History of ASL lesson.

This document has the answer to every quiz within this course.

The following document acknowledges the authors of the font and clipart used in this course.

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