I present ASL in a way that is fun and engaging to new learners, breaking it down into understandable pieces and explaining why each sign is the way it is to allow you to understand and therefore remember easier
My teaching style is methodical, from the basics (alphabet and numbers) to more advanced. I like to teach practical things, like conversation. Something you would be able to apply in a real life scenario. The structure of the classes will be tailored to your needs, so it will be easy to understand and excel in.
I have about 40 different teaching methods that I can use at my disposal to be able to teach an individual or a group ASL. I like to get both the mind and the body involved while learning.
In my classes I approach American Sign Language in a similar manner as my professors did for me. I believe that as much immersion as soon as possible is the best way to grasp the language's finer grammar points as these can be very difficult to learn later on. My classes are flexible depending on what you would like to learn.
As an educator. It's my duties to provide a high, fun and learning quality programs that are creative, understanding and patient. I'm here to establish a curriculum and set up an environment which stimulates interest in learning, new and interesting subjects.
I offer my expertise in the industry as a tutor. I can guide you in your existing studies, or give lessons based on a video curriculum I have obtained. I approach each student based on their individual need and way of learning. In addition, I offer insights into Deaf culture, idealogies, and comparative equivalents of Hearing culture.
I study at UnB where I do Japanese and double letters with Libras, I have experiences with deaf people at 5 years and I was already chosen to represent the IFB in Goiânia. (Matter on ifb website) Study Chinese, French, English and Spanish. And other courses of improvement.
I will teach you based on the best method for you. I am not traditional, I will ensure the method chosen will be the best and it can also include the use of different methods as the case may be.
I teach ASL mostly visually. I try to incorporate as little speaking as possible so that you are able to submerge yourself into having to communicate solely with the non spoken language. I also like to get to know my students to see what learning method works best for them and I adapt accordingly.
I have taken classes for school students and as well as MBA students. My method is class room seminars. I have often used class boards and PPT presentation in my lab tab or my class room projector. vI like to teaching method.
I am a qualified British Sign Language interpreter with a decade of experience working with Deaf students in colleges around the UK. BSL is a beautiful language, but there's more than just vocabulary involved.
My teaching method is a practical approach. There will be a lot of interaction because it is the best way to learn sign language. Theory around the Deaf culture and community will also take place.
I give lessons to all ages, ranging from babies to adults. It can be in person or through Skype. If they have no knowledge of the language, I will expose them to the basics, such as the ABCs and numbers and how to spell their name.
___ I am able to define the term ASL ___ I know the common handshapes used in ASL.
I try to gather an understanding of what the student is having trouble with and then use repetition and examples to help the student remember. I love the language and I try to rub that off on the students as well.
Taught from experiences dealing with deaf friends and family. Four years of high school classes. Depending on the level you take you will learn basic words and sentence structure as well as the techniques used to create sentences. Have fun and I hope to hear from you.
Bachelor degree of Political Science and Sociology. I thought American Sign Languages and Spanish translation for over 15 years. I work for freelance as an American Sign Languages/Spanish Interpreter for 40 Years working in School, Court, Hospital and Video Relay Services for 9 years.
I base my class teachings on a “laissez-fairs” policy. I believe a calm, relaxed environment is the best to learn in! ASL is such a loving and expressive language that it should be approached as such.
My teaching method is practical and interactive, encouraging independent learning. I feel it is important to provide my learners with resources to enable them to take control of their own learning and continuing development.
I teach the basics first and then move onto more difficult subjects as we move along. I’m open to teaching in a way that suits the learner.
Well they say seeing is believing. Well with BSL seeing is also Leaning.
My teaching methods have to be adaptable in order to suit the needs of my students as individuals. I base my style on wether the student is a methodical or spontaneous learner.
Lets do it! Interpreter of LIBRAS, with experience and experience with deaf people weekly, we will learn and see how good it is to understand and be understood, and to know this new world that is the world of Sign Language, and English!
My teaching method differs between students and subjects, but I take the approach that making the subject interesting to them will not only help them learn but also help them enjoy learning.
I teach using many visual aids and a hands on approach making it easy for students to pick up and remember signs.
I start off from the basics. Then I go on from more advanced subjects. I will go at my students speed.
I approach each topic with common words and topics first before deep diving into topics like religion, and work.
I use a lot of teaching aid, which includes flash cards, videos, dictionaries, and one on one interaction with signers
I work from the academic textbook used in sign language classes (videos and PDF documents are sent to the student) .
My teaching method depends on the student, I can do alot of visuals, written, or both. I do these 2 the best.
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