Sign Language (Phase I)
Sign Language (Phase I)

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You will learn letters, numbers, basic words, and conversation in ASL (American Sign Language).


Northside Afterschool Enrichment Programs

Badge Type: skill

Expected Duration: 6 weeks


  1. [required] Students can communicate/ sign all letters in ASL
  2. [required] Students can communicate/sign numbers 0-9 in ASL
  3. [required] Students can play site word memory using the correct ASL signs
  4. [required] Students can do communicate using the sign language review grid using the correct ASL signs
  5. [required] Ask the following questions. Students must be able to communicate/ sign the correct answers in ASL Can or can’t you draw a dog? Students will sign answer Are you deaf or hearing? Students should sign, “Deaf”. How do you feel (sign feel) right now? Students should sign, “Good or bad” Do you or don’t you have on red? Students should sign, “have or don’t have” depending on if they are wearing red? Can you or can’t you…. Finish that question different ways for students to practice responding with, “Can or can’t”. Does starburst candy taste good or bad? Students should sign their reply. Does ______________ (fill in other foods) taste good or bad? Students practice signing their reply to good or bad.
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