This 87 slide interactive powerpoint is a great introduction to American Sign Language alphabet as well as a fun review for those intermediate signers. It starts off with some background information and interesting clipart on Signing and then goes through the entire alphabet letter by letter. The b
This is a science unit that I made to introduce Buoyancy to my first graders.
The presentation includes:
- What is buoyancy?
- Intro. of molecules
- Intro. of density
- Links to ASL signs
- Links to videos about buoyancy
The student workbook consists of tables that they can fill out as they ex
Learn about Helen Keller and/or American Sign Language (via the Manual Alphabet) by learning and practicing fingerspelling.
This product contains six videos embedded into a PowerPoint Presentation (as well as separately as mp4s). These videos highlight the ABCs and five of Helen Keller's first words
This is a presentation about Deaf Studies class and what your students will learn during Deaf Studies class (i.e. Deaf culture, famous Deaf people, etc.). This also has an introduction activity for students.
This is a Power Point presentation converted to a PDF with slide progressions preserved. Yo
This free product is very useful in getting 100% participation when doing multiple choice activities. Best to be used with students iPads. Simply upload to iPads using Slide Shark or a similar program. Students can slide to their answer. They are designed to be used with ASL activity and assessme
USING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL) IN THE HEARING CLASSROOM.
Powerpoint presentation includes:
* Understanding American Sign Language [ASL]
* Teaching ASL to Hearing Students: Methodology
* Using ASL in the Classroom
* Academic Support
* Classroom Management
* ASL Classroom Activities
INTRODUCTION TO ASL CLASS
I use this PowerPoint on the first day of class every year. This lesson is meant to be an introduction to ASL that shows the students how they will generally be learning for the rest of the class.
I don’t use my voice at all in class and sometimes I need to deliver the inst
This highly informative and eye catching powerpoint will walk your students through the history of Deaf education and explain why the historical protest for the students at Gallaudet ignited the Deaf President Now Movement (DPN).
Just a few of the topics discussed include:
* The history of deaf
This information packed powerpoint examines some of the laws that impact Deaf and hard of hearing students in various education settings.
Some topics include:
· ADA vs IDEA vs 504
· Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
· Civil Rights Law vs. Educational Law
· Family Ed
A highly requested bundle! I have used these powerpoints to supplement the Master ASL! Textbook in my 9 – 12 ASL classroom for years and I am happy to share!
All information was pulled out of the Master ASL! Blue student workbook and serves as an excellent visual for both my deaf and hearing studen
This is a science unit that I did with my first graders to introduce The States on Matter.
The unit consists of a presentation and student workbook.
The presentation includes:
- What is matter?
- Solids (definition, examples, links to ASL signs)
- Liquids (definition, examples, links to ASL sign
A PowerPoint introducing Deaf View/Image art, otherwise known as De'Via. Includes a short history, the art themes, and Deaf art project for the students to do.
Please leave feedback and let me know how you used it in your class!
I loved introducing my students to Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey. They can analyze and dissect stories from modern times and classical tales in a way that connects them all.
There are two Powerpoints (one without examples and one with examples from the story of Perseus), one blank worksheet for
4 Colors / “WH” Questions Instructions
A short lesson that can easily be coupled with another, or used toward the beginning of the class curriculum.
Instead of only asking for colors, the slides help you pose the same questions in different ways. This will help your beginning ASL student
Deaf disrimination 1000 BC to the present day. Topics include: early religious beliefs, Plato & Aristotle, the dark ages, 1800's-1900's, Audism, Eugenics & Francis Galton, The American's with Disabilities Act of 1990 & more. Presented in PowerPoint format. User is free to use for personal
ASL (American Sign Language) hand shape game. Plays like "Family Feud." Students are asked to identify signs that use the following alphabetic hand shapes: A, D, I, Q, C, M, P, U & B. An example would be "name a sign that uses an "A" hand shape." Students then buzz in to make their guesses. An
Use this information packed powerpoint to teach that Deaf people have their own culture, language, and can function independently by attending school and by working. Both Deaf and Hearing people need to learn to accept the differences in each other while understanding that these differences do not ma
This short but detailed powerpoint provides information about the only liberal arts university in the world designed exclusively for deaf and hard of hearing students. Bilingual (English/American Sign Language), multicultural environment, assistive devices (TTY's or campus phones, closed captioned te
This information packed powerpoint examines the medical aspects of hearing and hearing loss and information about audiology.
Some topics include:
-how the ear works
-audiology and the audiogram
-the types and degrees of hearing loss
-the effects of hearing loss
-how to meet the needs of stud
Every Teacher’s Guide to Deafness!!!!
Anyone working with deaf children should know there are two dominant perspectives on deafness. The first view is a cultural belief; the second is a medical or pathological belief and our belief systems influence how we see ourselves and others. Deaf persons, fa
A lack or loss of hearing can affect a child’s learning progress, particularly in the understanding and production of spoken language. While many theories have emerged over the years as to which approach is most effective, experts agree that the teaching method should adhere to the individual student
A 17 slide PowerPoint with a narrow scope of fingerspelling, developing expressive and receptive skills, and tips for practicing.
This is designed for entry level students and purposely gives a shallow overview of fingerspelling in ASL. This was also designed so that slides 2-16 are to be copied do
106 Days of Warm Ups to start each ASL class right.
Warm ups are designed to get students thinking in ASL mindset at the beginning of class. Links to videos on youtube feature modern songs the students love interpreted in ASL, Interviews with deaf people. The slides also include images of famous art
5 Numbers and Survival Signs
This lesson does numbers 1-30 and some essential signs that will carry them throughout the rest of your class. The survival signs really give my students a sense of empowerment in my classes, and from this lesson on they know how to ask questions IN ASL.
Introduce ASL and the Deaf Culture to new students by playing Fact or Crap. A series of True/False statements will be displayed. Once students have discussed, debated and determined what they think the answer is, the next slide will give the answer with a brief explanation that the teacher can expou
This is a basic presentation for students of all ages with ASL (American Sign Language) support. It teaches about dangerous objects and situations and what children should do in each situation. I have included whole-page pictures that can be printed out so that children can practice and role-play e
The best way to learn the grammar of any language is to converse with the native users of that language. However, many ASL students, particularly hearing students, have difficulty picking up ASL grammar from conversation alone. This book is essential for any ASL student who wants to learn how to accu
This is a presentation about fire safety in the home with ASL (American Sign Language) supports. It includes information on fire alarms, Stop-Drop-Roll, and a link to Scholastic site with video, game and online book.
This is a Power Point presentation that has been converted to a PDF with slide prog
This is a presentation on exercise and staying healthy. It includes how to be healthy, links to exercise videos and a relay race activity.
This is a Power Point presentation converted to a PDF with slide progressions preserved. You can put this up on your whiteboard and use it like a Power Point an
This is a 10 frame power point on the language of signing.
It is generally informative and gives some examples and easy tasks.
Pictures enhance this product.
It could be used to give students some ideas about this unique language.
Lesson 2 Fingerspelling
I have suggestions of how to present and display the fingerspelled letters of the alphabet for the students on each slide.
I made sure to include the differences between some of the commonly misunderstood, and confusing letters. This lesson really is worth repeating and
Start by reviewing the Alphabet. (This is a foundation that your students will greatly need if they want to do well in ASL)
Students will have a guide of sentences that will help them learn how to exchange basic personal information
I typically give my stud
When students use hand signals, your learning community is a much calmer environment. Use this PowerPoint to introduce your students to these hand signals. You can then print each page and post them in your classroom. You will be able to clearly know what your students need which will lead to more ti
The Bilingual Frontier presents a pre-made and editable modified Total Physical Response, or TPR, PowerPoint called El Viaje focusing on travel vocabulary. Students will create motions for vocabulary words. In this unit teachers should follow the next steps to teach the unit.
1) Teacher previews eac
This is a power point presentation for the first day in a four day unit introducing the manual alphabet and rules for fingerspelling to beginning American Sign Language (ASL) students.
Get all 4 days of this unit by purchasing the
This is a zip file with both a SMART Notebook presentation, and Powerpoint version of the second day in a four day unit introducing the manual alphabet and fingerspelling to beginning American Sign Language (ASL) students.
For one of the activities you will need pipe cleaners. If they are not availa
This is a file containing a SMART Notebook presentation, and PowerPoint presentation for the third day in a four day unit introducing the manual alphabet and fingerspelling to beginning American Sign Language (ASL) students. (Both presentations are the same, but available in different formats for you
This file contains SMART Notebook presentation as well as a PPT presentation for the fourth day in a four day unit introducing the manual alphabet and fingerspelling to beginning American Sign Language (ASL) students. (Both presentations are the same but available in 2 formats to suit your needs.)
Created with signs from the Master ASL textbook and workbook. This PowerPoint teaches students proper greetings and farewells in ASL.
PowerPoint addresses basic ASL sentence structure; how to ask and answer questions; how to interact appropriately with Deaf people and the role of facial expressions
This powerpoint is 25 slides of pictures of various jobs and occupations. It is only pictures so that you can ensure introducing the new vocabulary solely in the target language with no English (or other Language) influence.
Thinking about ASL classroom management and a boring no voice policy ? Here is a high quality the classroom rules poster and a visual thought-provoking one humbly created by ASL MacGyver. The purpose of an eye-catching graphic is to make a classroom rules a legitimate one with a cultural message.
Deaf History 1000 BC-1800’s AD
Plays like the TV game show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”
Questions & links in place
Life lines included
Questions get harder as the game progresses
Deaf History guide included (for students to study beforehand).
Slides can be customized. Remove
I created this powerpoint to be like guess the emoji the emojis are on the slide, when you click the picture the sign comes up. This powerpoint contains 24 slides and includes pictures and signs for the following vocabulary:
Fall in love
This is the "Welcome" powerpoint that I show the first week of class for my high school and college level students. I incorporate pictures from the Master ASL!
These topics are covered:
To learn proper greetings and farewells in ASL
To introduce yourself and others
To learn basic ASL sentence stru
This powerpoint was made to supplement the Master ASL! textbook and covers all of the Unit 1 information found in the Master ASL workbook. With 48 slides, the powerpoint provides 2 weeks of instruction and covers all topics found in the Unit 1 workbook.
American Sign LanguageManual
This powerpoint was made to supplement the Master ASL! textbook and covers all of the Unit 2 information found in the Master ASL workbook. With 34 slides, the powerpoint provides 2 weeks of instruction and covers all topics found in the Unit 2 workbook.
Use deixis when fingerspellin
This powerpoint was made to supplement the Master ASL! textbook and covers all of the Unit 3 information found in the Master ASL workbook. With 20 slides, the powerpoint provides a week of instruction and covers all topics found in the Unit 3 workbook.
This powerpoint was made to supplement the Master ASL! textbook and covers all of the Unit 4 information found in the Master ASL workbook. With 24 slides, the powerpoint provides 1 week of instruction and covers all topics found in the Unit 4 workbook.
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