Remember, there is much more to learning American Sign Language than just memorizing signs. ASL has its own grammar, culture, history, terminology and other important aspects. It takes time and effort to become a "skilled language user." But you have to start somewhere if you are going to get anywhere--so dive in and enjoy.
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 accurately sign in ASL. This powerpoint will provide you with the right information to improve your skills and move toward fluency in American Sign Language.
This powerpoint was made to supplement the Start ASL's Don't Just "Sign"...Communicate! With 57 slides, the powerpoint provides 2 weeks of instruction.
In this section:
60’s-90’s Wrist Tilt
Letters and Numbers
There are 58 slides in total. This serves as an excellent supplement to the Michele Jay's A Student's Guide to Mastering ASL Grammar.
For free ASL Vocablary Practice: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPNeYbg5gz7AYRCgg8vjhDg
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