ASL Dialogues With Food Vocab American Sign Language

Explore a wealth of ASL food vocabulary as you learn to sign words, sentences, questions, and dialogues.
ASL Dialogues With Food Vocab American Sign Language
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ASL Dialogues With Food Vocab American Sign Language

What you’ll learn

Students will learn forty (40) essential food vocabulary signs in ASL
Students will learn to sign personal and possessive pronouns, verbs, and more in ASL
Students will learn to combine vocabulary, pronouns, and verbs to create sentences, questions, and dialogues
Students will race a timer as they sign vocabulary words, sentences, and questions

ASL Dialogues With Food Vocab American Sign Language


A desire to learn, improve, and be more confident signing in ASL
A desire to enrich ASL vocabulary and learn practical communication skills


IN THIS COURSE, we’re going to learn a LOT of food vocabulary in American Sign Language (ASL). After we learn food vocabulary, we’ll explore verbs and pronouns. Once we’ve mastered vocabulary, verbs, and pronouns, we can put the puzzle pieces together and create sentences, questions, and dialogues. As always, there will be ongoing review to test your signing ability and recognition skills.*** This course is designed to INCLUDE complete beginners without any prior knowledge of ASL. Previous ASL skills are welcome but NOT required.IN THIS COURSE:Students will learn forty (40) essential food vocabulary signs in ASLGroup 1 words: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, BACON, BEANS, BUTTER, CANDY, CARROT, CHEESE, COCONUTGroup 2 words: COFFEE, CORN, EGGS, FOOD, FRUIT, HAMBURGER, ICE CREAM, JUICE, MILKSHAKE, ONIONGroup 3 words: ORANGE, PANCAKES, PASTA, PEAR, PEPPER, PINEAPPLE, PIZZA, POPCORN, PORK, PRETZELGroup 4 words: SALAD, SALT, SAUSAGE, SMOOTHIE, SODA, SOUP, SOUR CREAM, STRAWBERRY, TEA, WATERStudents will learn to sign personal and possessive pronouns in ASLStudents will learn to combine vocabulary, pronouns, and verbs to create sentences, questions, and dialoguesStudents will learn the correct facial expressions and head movements to communicate questionsStudents will race a timer as they sign vocabulary words, sentences, and questionsEach individual sign will be taught step by step to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand positionStudents will be tested on their ability to sign and recognize ALL material taught in the courseAFTER TAKING THIS COURSE:Students will know how to sign and understand forty (40) ASL food vocabulary wordsStudents will be able to create sentences, questions, and dialogues using vocabulary, pronouns, and verbsStudents will have a larger vocabulary and understand the mechanics of each sign taught in the courseStudents will be more confident as they continue their journey of ASL improvementQUESTIONS:What is the main focus of this course?This course focuses on learning to sign essential food vocabulary words in ASL. These words will be combined with verbs and pronouns to create sentences, questions, and dialogues.Do I need to have prior knowledge or experience with ASL before taking this class?No. This course is designed for complete beginners without any prior knowledge of ASL. All necessary signs are taught step by step in the course.Will this course test me on what is taught?Yes. This course contains multiple sections of review and testing where you have the opportunity to demonstrate your ASL signing and recognition skills.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:Hello! My name is Michael. When I was three years old, my younger brother became sick with spinal meningitis. In the process, my brother became deaf with an almost complete hearing loss. This difficult situation provided a unique opportunity for my family and I to become fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Unlike some deaf children, my brother was not sent away to a deaf or hard of hearing school. He grew up with us, his hearing family, and we were active in the deaf community.As a police officer and federal investigator, I often used ASL to communicate with and interpret for witnesses, victims, and perpetrators. I decided to create ASL courses because it’s a useful and practical skill to have. Like learning any language, it opens your mind and creates the ability to communicate with a whole new group of people.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Course Introduction

Section 2: Learn Group 1 Vocabulary

Lecture 2 Explore Group 1 Vocab

Lecture 3 Learn – Sign for BREAKFAST

Lecture 4 Learn – Sign for LUNCH

Lecture 5 Learn – Sign for DINNER

Lecture 6 Learn – Sign for BACON

Lecture 7 Learn – Sign for BEANS

Lecture 8 Learn – Sign for BUTTER

Lecture 9 Learn – Sign for CANDY

Lecture 10 Learn – Sign for CARROT

Lecture 11 Learn – Sign for CHEESE

Lecture 12 Learn – Sign for COCONUT

Lecture 13 Practice – Group 1 Test Format

Lecture 14 Sign – Group 1 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 15 Understand – Group 1 Vocab

Section 3: Learn Group 2 Vocabulary

Lecture 16 Explore Group 2 Words

Lecture 17 Learn – Sign for COFFEE

Lecture 18 Learn – Sign for CORN

Lecture 19 Learn – Sign for EGGS

Lecture 20 Learn – Sign for FOOD

Lecture 21 Learn – Sign for FRUIT

Lecture 22 Learn – Sign for HAMBURGER

Lecture 23 Learn – Sign for ICE CREAM

Lecture 24 Learn – Sign for JUICE

Lecture 25 Learn – Sign for MILKSHAKE

Lecture 26 Learn – Sign for ONION

Lecture 27 Sign – Group 2 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 28 Understand – Group 2 Vocab

Section 4: Review Groups 1-2 Vocabulary

Lecture 29 Practice – Groups 1-2 Test Format

Lecture 30 Sign – Groups 1-2 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 31 Understand – Groups 1-2 Vocab

Section 5: Learn Group 3 Vocabulary

Lecture 32 Explore Group 3 Words

Lecture 33 Learn – Sign for ORANGE

Lecture 34 Learn – Sign for PANCAKES

Lecture 35 Learn – Sign for PASTA

Lecture 36 Learn – Sign for PEAR

Lecture 37 Learn – Sign for PEPPER

Lecture 38 Learn – Sign for PINEAPPLE

Lecture 39 Learn – Sign for PIZZA

Lecture 40 Learn – Sign for POPCORN

Lecture 41 Learn – Sign for PORK

Lecture 42 Learn – Sign for PRETZEL

Lecture 43 Sign – Group 3 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 44 Understand – Group 3 Vocab

Section 6: SECTION 6: Learn Group 4 Vocabulary

Lecture 45 Explore Group 4 Words

Lecture 46 Learn – Sign for SALAD

Lecture 47 Learn – Sign for SALT

Lecture 48 Learn – Sign for SAUSAGE

Lecture 49 Learn – Sign for SMOOTHIE

Lecture 50 Learn – Sign for SODA

Lecture 51 Learn – Sign for SOUP

Lecture 52 Learn – Sign for SOUR CREAM

Lecture 53 Learn – Sign for STRAWBERRY

Lecture 54 Learn – Sign for TEA

Lecture 55 Learn – Sign for WATER

Lecture 56 Sign – Group 4 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 57 Understand – Group 4 Vocab

Section 7: Review Groups 3-4 Vocabulary

Lecture 58 Practice – Groups 3-4 Test Format

Lecture 59 Sign – Groups 3-4 Vocab ⏲ 4s

Lecture 60 Understand – Groups 3-4 Vocab

Section 8: Review ALL Food & Drink Vocabulary

Lecture 61 Practice – ALL Food Test Format

Lecture 62 Sign – ALL Food Vocab ⏲ 7s

Lecture 63 Understand – ALL Food Vocab

Section 9: Learn ASL Verbs

Lecture 64 Explore – ASL Verbs

Lecture 65 Learn – Sign for EAT

Lecture 66 Learn – Sign for DRINK

Lecture 67 Learn – Sign for HATE

Lecture 68 Learn – Sign for LOVE

Lecture 69 Learn – Sign for WANT

Lecture 70 Sign – ASL Verbs ⏲ 4s

Section 10: Learn ASL Personal & Possessive Pronouns

Lecture 71 Learn – ASL Pronouns

Lecture 72 Review – ASL Pronouns

Section 11: ASL Food Sentences

Lecture 73 Explore – ASL Sentences

Lecture 74 Sign – ASL Sentences ⏲ 7s

Lecture 75 Understand – ASL Sentences

Section 12: ASL Food Questions

Lecture 76 Explore – ASL Questions

Lecture 77 Sign – ASL Questions ⏲ 7s

Lecture 78 Understand – ASL Questions

Section 13: ASL Food Dialogues

Lecture 79 Learn – Signs for YES, NO, MAYBE

Lecture 80 Explore – ASL Dialogues

Lecture 81 Sign – ASL Dialogues ⏲ 12s

Lecture 82 Understand – ASL Dialogues

Section 14: Conclusion

Lecture 83 Conclusion & Thank You

Beginner ASL students who wish to learn and start signing immediately,Improving ASL students who wish to practice, test, and boost their signing ability

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