Friday, April 20, 2018

Calling All Wanna-Be ASL Learners! {Classes for Homeschoolers}

Greetings, readers! I'm dropping in for just a moment to let y'all know about an amazing opportunity—geared toward homeschoolers! 



As some of you already know, I'm studying American Sign Language as a high school elective. This is my second year, and I'm planning to take a third this fall. (Who knows—maybe I'll end up an interpreter or ASL teacher myself. ;))

I have greatly enjoyed the experience, and I have to say that a lot of the credit for that goes to the amazing teacher I've been blessed with. He's fun in the classroom, making the online class sessions entertaining and interactive.

If you're considering studying ASL, I would wholeheartedly recommend looking into Mr. Dally's classes. With ASLYouCanDo, he offers live classes in ASL 1, ASL 2, and ASL 3. He also offers JumpStart tutoring sessions and conversational classes. There's so many options!

You find all the information by clicking on the image below. :)


Is your student a visual learner? Struggles with spoken foreign language? Looking for a sign language class? A satisfied parent says this about learning ASL with Mr. Dally:

"Mr. Dally's ASL classes are superb! My child learned so much during her ASL 1 class--vocabulary, grammar, conversational ASL, deaf culture, and much more. She especially enjoyed the breakout sessions with other students that enabled her to practice her signing while also learning about her fellow peers. My daughter's interest in ASL grew throughout the year and she can't wait for ASL 2 with Mr. Dally next year."


Have any of y'all studied sign language? 

~Faith

9 comments:

  1. I took performance sign when I was younger. It was learning to sign to songs and then we would have a performance where we, y'know, performed it lol. I really enjoyed it and it was something that meant a lot to me when I was younger. I also have a friend who's really interested in ASL signing and I think they might be planning to pursue becoming an ASL interpreter. ;)

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    1. That's so cool!! I really want to learn to sign to songs as well. :D Awesome—there's really a demand for interpreters these days. :)

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  2. Yes, but I'm by no means fluent . I'm actually starting to study it again and the video teacher is a deaf man!

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    1. I'm not fluent either. ;) That's so awesome! We've used a couple of videos by a deaf teacher, too. :D

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing this with us! I have worked on sign language but am still in the pigeon stage and I have a lot to learn!😁

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    1. Thanks for reading, Amy! You'll get it! :D

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  4. Signing looks like fun and it’s a very useful skill!

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