ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement

ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
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This product was developed as a supplement for teaching deaf and hard of hearing students using the Reading Milestones (c) reading curriculum. You do not HAVE TO use this curriculum to use this product but the sequence of vocabulary introduction matches curriculum.

Also, you will notice that the vocabulary is written in a way that introduces English in a very structured way. The verbs used at this point in the program are in simple present tense. This structure allows students to create grammatically correct sentences early on.

Important note about the differences between ASL and English. The signs provided are static. However, in signed language, the signs change according to context. It is important that the students are able to differentiate signs according to context. The signs provided are just one representation of the English context.

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Spelling cards
Print, Cut and Laminate
These cards can be used for independent practice.
Students use dry erase markers to spell each word.

Word Wall Cards
Print, Cut, Laminate
These are the anchor cards that include the English word, the sign, and the picture representation.
These cards at regular size can be used to add to the classroom word wall.
You can also change your printer settings to print them smaller if you would prefer that. Cards can be used for students to make individual study cards as well.

Matching cards
Print, Cut, Laminate
These matching cards can be used an assessment or as a work center. Students can match all three components or just the sign and the picture. (the middle english word portion can be removed.)

Multiple Choice Cards
Print, Cut, Laminate
Students used a dry erase marker to circle the correct English word matching the sign.

Assessments
Word Assessment
Like many Deaf and Hard of Hearing classrooms, I have a multiage group of students working at the same level. Students are able be assessed using the format they are most comfortable with.
Student sets
large words in boxes
or
words in a columns
or
Word strips (Print, Cut and Laminate) - students choose a word strip from a basket. I have the students read me the number on the strip so I can track them accordingly. Students read the words on the strip.
Teacher tracking pages.
Score the student 
Sentence Assessment
Sentence assessments are set up the same way as the word assessments. These assessments track student fluency with beginning sentences.
When scoring, students must read the entire sentence and use contextually correct signs to get a point for the sentence.
Students are able to use the student assessment page or the Sentence strips. Each of the numbers on the sentences has a letter ‘s’ so that you can easily keep the word and sentence assessments separate.

Sentence Builders PART 1
Sentence builder pages come in two formats.

The first includes the printed words. Students cut and paste the signs to match.
The second includes the signs. Students cut and paste the printed words to match.

Read- Students read the sentence
Sign - Students sign the sentence
Build -Students cut and paste the words or signs for the sentence in the correct order.
Draw- Students draw a picture to represent the sentence
Write- Students write the sentence

Sentence Builders PART 2
More specific instructions for this section can be found on page 118

Choose the appropriate template for each student. Students will either cut and paste the words or, write them in the boxes using the word pages as reference. The pages can also be laminated and used as independent center work.

Differentiated levels
Choose the pages of Who/What Doing vs Noun/Verb depending on the vocabulary familiarity students.

Category Sorts
Three category sorts are included.
Two versions are included, one with sign support and one with printed words only.
Animals vs people
Things vs People
Begins with letter c, s, m, f

See a FULL PREVIEW HERE
ASL TO ENGLISH SET 1 AND 2 VIDEO

Additional resources

ASL Word Cards Set 1 and 2
Sign, Spell, Clip ASL Set 1
Sign, Spell, Clip ASL Set 2
ASL WORD CARDS Set 1 and 2 YouTube

To Purchase the second set in the series, click below.
ASL TO ENGLISH SET 3 and 4
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ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
ASL to ENGLISH Set 1 and 2 Reading Milestones Reading Supplement
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