Deaf culture will be explored in a visual context manner, therefore doing this in person is much better. Facial expressions and body language will be explored in great detail, therefore must do a class for this face-to-face or over webcam.
After teaching the basics, I like to find out my students' interests, goals, and passions before teaching. This means that I am making sure that I am teaching the student signs that they will find fun and relevant! I will also use acronyms, rhymes, songs and other ways to help the student's long-term memory.
Learning AUSLAN is super fun and if you aren't eligible to learn at the University for whatever reason I can happily take their place and help you learn! Going through both the HUMA2070 and 2080 syllabus! Auslan is VERY hands on! (no pun intended).
I study at UnB where I do Japanese and double letters with Libras, I have experiences with deaf people at 5 years and I was already chosen to represent the IFB in Goiânia. (Matter on ifb website) Study Chinese, French, English and Spanish. And other courses of improvement.
I feel the best way to learn any language is with practice and exposure (I speak 4 languages so I know what I’m talking about). During our sessions, I will be signing and voicing if you need me to the entire time. I will also provide homework translation videos for you to complete for practice. These are optional, but highly recommended.
I believe that in order to learn a language you must be immersed in it. I teach with very little talk and mostly sign. It is important to me that my students are dependent on sign language so that they will be able to fully comprehend it.
I had contact with Libras when I was 13 years old and it was because of my mother. She, as a teacher too, took a basic Prasa course and showed me what she had learned over the course of the course. That aroused my curiosity and I enrolled in High School in the same school as she attended Libras. The school was inclusive and, on a weekly basis, taught the subject of Libras as a compulsory subject.
I am a qualified British Sign Language interpreter with a decade of experience working with Deaf students in colleges around the UK. BSL is a beautiful language, but there's more than just vocabulary involved.
Aa Degree, willing to give ASL lessons to any level. I will practice with you, teach you, practice makes perfect.I am on my way to becoming an ASL interpreter. I get very excited when talking about ASL or my experience, I want to to share your experiences with your family and show them your skills of what you have learn when I tutor you.
I have taught adult students in a group setting. I have mentored numerous ASL Interpreter students for almost 20 years. I approach teaching by finding out where my students are at and bring them to their fullest potential. I will work with ASL or Interpreting students.
My classes would be for anyone interested in learning ASL as well as for people in ASL classes that need some extra help with topics. I will base my lessons off of what you are looking to learn about. I will also do my best to reteach lessons thought by another teacher if needed for clarifications.
Taught from experiences dealing with deaf friends and family. Four years of high school classes. Depending on the level you take you will learn basic words and sentence structure as well as the techniques used to create sentences. Have fun and I hope to hear from you.
Bachelor degree of Political Science and Sociology. I thought American Sign Languages and Spanish translation for over 15 years. I work for freelance as an American Sign Languages/Spanish Interpreter for 40 Years working in School, Court, Hospital and Video Relay Services for 9 years.
My teaching method is verbal and non verbal communication through sign language. During our session I will be signing and voicing if you need me to the entire time.. I will also provide home work for you to complete for practice.
Well they say seeing is believing. Well with BSL seeing is also Leaning.
I taught a high school ASL Club for 4 years and at Gallaudet University for ELI students and late-deafened students who are learning to sign. I’m a very kind patience person that want to become a teacher when I get my MA in Education.
Lets do it! Interpreter of LIBRAS, with experience and experience with deaf people weekly, we will learn and see how good it is to understand and be understood, and to know this new world that is the world of Sign Language, and English!
I teach using many visual aids and a hands on approach making it easy for students to pick up and remember signs.
My teaching method is fun and easy going. I want my students to enjoy what they are learning. I like to start of easy, but get harder as they learn to increase their knowledge.
I start off from the basics. Then I go on from more advanced subjects. I will go at my students speed.
I approach each topic with common words and topics first before deep diving into topics like religion, and work.
I graduated from Gallaudet University and am now retired. I do different things.. lessons from text book, view videos if feasible and signing songs. It is hard to explain the characteristics as a tutor.
My teaching methodology is simple, creative & lucrative.
My name is Gregory Oxley, I provide tutoring for ASL in all age and grade levels. The tutoring services will vary on the student skills and we will start from that and help the students improve their skills to a point it can be used successfully in life situations. I believe that a combination of fun and work would allow the students to enjoy improving their ASL skills.
I am currently taking ASL 5 and Interpreting Foundations Class. I start with the basics: fingerspelling (beginner), Classifiers (beginner), basic terminology and phrases. I also have experience with body shifting.
I am a seventeen year old in her junior year of college. I am very passionate about sign language and would love to help people learn it.
I focus not only on learning the signs themselves but, sentence structure and history/culture.
My teaching style is methodical, from the basics (alphabet and numbers) to more advanced. I like to teach practical things, like conversation. Something you would be able to apply in a real life scenario. The structure of the classes will be tailored to your needs, so it will be easy to understand and excel in.
Are you interested in a new visual language. if so then I teach basic courses and level 1 British Sign Language, Deaf Awareness and communication, lessons involve, the alphabet, colours, work and many more signs. I teach you to use these into sentences, to give the signs and understand the important basics of this rich and rewarding language.
My teaching style is not so hard. It is very simple. Actually teaching is based on topic related to stenographer language how we can write easily. .
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