Sign Language Word Reading - Fingerspell - Write | WTL 01 | 9 pgs - Video

Product Description

Reading And Sign Language is very pleased to add a Language Arts Sign Language packet for Reading, Fingerspelling & Writing that is suitable for Deaf and hearing readers. Readers and writers are prompted to interact with the packet by signing, fingerspelling, thinking, reading and writing.

Wait! To add to the fun and expand learning opportunities, we are pleased to announce that you may access a free captioned sign language Word Reading video online to support learning. Be sure to read the small print in the packet for more information or try the link here: https://youtu.be/RgssUaGfGxs.

We would love to know how users respond to the colorful, captioned, signed prompts and the images of signers and the sign language video!

Important note about printing or photocopying:

Images of signer in color print best with color ink

On some printers we’ve found black and white ink produces satisfactory image quality of signer

Image quality of signer deteriorates when documents printed in color ink or black and white ink are photocopied

You will receive the following items:

♦Page 1: 8.5 x 11" white page with 6 words printed in color, with captioned images of signer that are size 1.7 x 2.1". The words are:






no [2]

♦Page 2: Flashcards with six words, size 1.4 x 3.25", Comic Sans font, black, 48 pt.

♦Page 3: Flashcards with six words, size 1.4 x 3.25", Fingerspelling font, black, 48 pt.

♦Page 4: Receptive sign language skills activity sheet with six words.

What you do:

1) Watch speaker say or sign words.

2) Put a response marker next to the word.

♦Page 5: Receptive Fingerspelling & Fingerreading* skills activity sheet with six words.

What you do:

1) Watch signer fingerspell words.

2) Put a response marker next to the word.

*Fingerspelling and Fingerreading are one of five Anchor Standards within K-12 ASL Content Standards. For more information please refer to Fingerspelling and Fingerreading.

♦ Page 6: Word Search for six words with color, captioned, signed images for words. Word Search letters, Comic Sans, 24 pt. are in boxes for students to color.

What you do:

1) Read the words.

2) Look for the words.

3) Color lightly.

4) Read the words again.

Kids love this Word Search!

♦ Page 7: Reading, fingerspelling and tracing for six words. Included are color, captioned, signed images for prompts to read, fingerspell and trace.

♦ Page 8: Word Scramble for six words. Word list for reference is printed in black with Comic Sans, 22 pt.

What you do:

1) Look at the scrambled letters.

2) Think. What word is it?

3) Write the words.

♦ Page 9: Word Writing. Six color images of signer without captions are prompts for writing the words. There are six lines to write the words on.

♦ Page 10: Terms of Use and appreciation for your interest in Reading And Sign Language products.

Did you know that American Sign Language is not a written language?

Images in items in the Reading And Sign Language Store on TPT may provide visual prompts to recall signs for words. Images in the items are not intended to teach how to communicate using ASL. There are many ways to learn sign language including taking ASL courses, communicating with Deaf people or hearing people who sign and by viewing some videos on YouTube.

We are huge fans of YouTube Channels ASL That!, ASL Nook and Rob Nielson.

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Thank you very much for your interest in Reading And Sign Language!

Total Pages
9 pages
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