ASL SIGN WHAT Beginner Quizzes American Sign Language
What you’ll learn
Students will use multiple choice quizzes as a foundation for learning vocabulary, statements, and questions.
Students will learn to sign and understand fingerspelled names, pronouns, nouns, and adjectives in sign language.
Students will have lots of hands-on practice and review fingerspelling, signing, and recognizing course material.
Students will learn to correctly sign YES/NO questions in ASL including facial expressions and head movements.
Students will learn all signs individually to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand position.
Students will undergo multiple review and testing sections to guarantee their improvement and ability to sign and understand.
A desire to learn, improve, and be more confident signing in ASL
A desire to enrich ASL vocabulary and communication skills
A computer, tablet, or smartphone to access the study material
IN THIS COURSE, we’re going to use quizzes as a foundation for learning how to sign and understand practical vocabulary, statements, and questions in ASL. FIRST, we’ll go over some basics including the ABCs and fingerspelling skills. After that, each section starts with a multiple choice quiz. The instructor will sign something and you try to choose the correct answer. Don’t worry if you have to guess. The instructor will teach you how to sign each answer in a separate lesson immediately after the quiz. ALONG the way, you’ll fingerspell names, learn pronouns, absorb vocabulary, and sign complete statements and questions. Of course, there will be LOTS of review which will test your signing and understanding 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 use multiple choice quizzes as a foundation for learning vocabulary, sentences, and questions.Students will learn to sign the following vocabulary: ACTOR, BACKPACK, BANISH, BAWL, BECOME, BEDROOM, BELIEVE, BOOTS, BOTTLE, BURP, CALL, CAN, CASH, CHEAT, CLOSE-MINDED, COAT, COUSIN, DEPRESSED, DIAPER, DONE, DRY, EARLY, EMAIL, FAMILY, FART, FEEL, FRIENDLY, GARAGE, HEALTHY, HEAVY, HIDE, HOPE, KNIFE, LATE, LENIENT, LOOK-FOR, LOSE, NERVOUS, OVERTHINK, PARK, PLUMBER, PURCHASE, PUZZLED, REPORTER, SAILBOAT, SHOCKED, SISTER, STEAL, STILL, TAKE, TEXT, TRY, UNDERSTANDING, UPSET, USE, WEAK, WEIRD, WELCOME, WET-WIPES, WILL, WIN, WISH, WITHDRAW, WORKStudents will have hands-on practice and review fingerspelling names within complete sentences.Students will learn to correctly sign YES/NO questions in ASL including facial expressions and head movements.Students will learn all signs individually to ensure comprehension, correct hand shape, and hand position.Students will undergo multiple review and testing sections to guarantee their improving ability to sign and understand the material taught in the course.AFTER TAKING THIS COURSE:Students will be able to sign all vocabulary and phrases taught in this course.Students will be able to understand and recognize all material taught in this course.Students will feel more confident signing complete statements and questions in ASL.Students will be able to successfully interact with the Deaf community in more diverse situations.QUESTIONS:What is the main focus of this course?This course focuses on using multiple choice quizzes as a foundation for learning to sign and understand useful vocabulary, statements, and questions in American Sign Language.Do I need to have prior knowledge or experience with ASL before taking this class?No. This course is designed to include 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 review and testing sections where students have the opportunity to demonstrate their 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). 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: ASL Basics
Lecture 2 Learn – ASL Alphabet
Lecture 3 Practice – ASL Alphabet
Lecture 4 Explore – 4 Fingerspelling Rules
Lecture 5 Practice – Fingerspelling Names
Lecture 6 Fingerspell – Names ⏲ 6s
Lecture 7 Understand – Names
Section 3: Quiz Format & Practice
Lecture 8 Explore – Quiz Format
Section 4: Group 1 Phrases
Lecture 9 Quiz A – Group 1
Lecture 10 JAX WIN.
Lecture 11 JOY LOSE?
Lecture 12 JIM CHEAT.
Section 5: Group 2 Phrases
Lecture 13 Quiz B – Group 2
Lecture 14 YOU (pl) FART?
Lecture 15 SHE BURP.
Lecture 16 THEY BAWL?
Section 6: Group 3 Phrases
Lecture 17 Quiz C – Group 3
Lecture 18 TIA PUZZLED.
Lecture 19 TED SHOCKED.
Lecture 20 TAJ DEPRESSED?
Section 7: Review Groups 1,2,3 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 21 Explore – Vocab List & Test Format
Lecture 22 Sign Vocab – Groups 1,2,3 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 23 Understand Vocab – Groups 1,2,3
Lecture 24 Explore – Phrase List & Test Format
Lecture 25 Sign Phrases – Groups 1,2,3 ⏲ 5s
Lecture 26 Understand Phrases- Groups 1,2,3
Section 8: Group 4 Phrases
Lecture 27 Quiz D – Group 4
Lecture 28 KYLE BEDROOM DRY?
Lecture 29 KRIS BOOTS WEIRD.
Lecture 30 KACY COAT HEAVY.
Section 9: Group 5 Phrases
Lecture 31 Quiz E – Group 5
Lecture 32 I STEAL KNIFE?
Lecture 33 HE WITHDRAW CASH?
Lecture 34 THEY HIDE SAILBOAT?
Section 10: Group 6 Phrases
Lecture 35 Quiz F – Group 6
Lecture 36 SETH CAN UNDERSTANDING.
Lecture 37 SUZY TRY CLOSE-MINDED.
Lecture 38 SARA FEEL LENIENT.
Section 11: Review Groups 4,5,6 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 39 Explore – Vocab List & Test Format
Lecture 40 Sign Vocab – Groups 4,5,6 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 41 Understand Vocab – Groups 4,5,6
Lecture 42 Explore – Phrase List & Test Format
Lecture 43 Sign Phrases – Groups 4,5,6 ⏲ 6s
Lecture 44 Understand Phrases – Groups 4,5,6
Section 12: Review Groups 1-6 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 45 Explore – Testing Format
Lecture 46 Sign Vocab – Groups 1-6 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 47 Understand Vocab – Groups 1-6
Lecture 48 Sign Phrases – Groups 1-6 ⏲ 6s
Lecture 49 Understand Phrases – Groups 1-6
Section 13: More ASL Quizzes
Lecture 50 Explore – More Quizzes
Lecture 51 Quiz #1
Lecture 52 Quiz #2
Lecture 53 Quiz #3
Lecture 54 Quiz #4
Lecture 55 Quiz #5
Lecture 56 Quiz #6
Lecture 57 Quiz #7
Lecture 58 Quiz #8
Lecture 59 Quiz #9
Lecture 60 Quiz #10
Lecture 61 Quiz #11
Lecture 62 Quiz #12
Section 14: Sign Quiz #1-12 Answers
Lecture 63 Explore – Signing Format
Lecture 64 Sign – Quiz Answers ⏲ 6s
Section 15: Group 7 Phrases
Lecture 65 Quiz G – Group 7
Lecture 66 NORAH LOSE WET-WIPES.
Lecture 67 NIXON LOOK-FOR BOTTLE?
Lecture 68 NANCY PURCHASE DIAPER?
Section 16: Group 8 Phrases
Lecture 69 Quiz H – Group 8
Lecture 70 WE WISH ENZO FRIENDLY?
Lecture 71 SHE HOPE ERIN OVERTHINK?
Lecture 72 THEY BELIEVE ELLE NERVOUS.
Section 17: Group 9 Phrases
Lecture 73 Quiz I – Group 9
Lecture 74 YOUR SISTER STILL HEALTHY?
Lecture 75 MY COUSIN STILL UPSET?
Lecture 76 THEIR FAMILY STILL WEAK.
Section 18: Review Groups 7,8,9 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 77 Explore – Vocab List & Test
Lecture 78 Sign Vocab – Groups 7,8,9 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 79 Understand Vocab – Groups 7,8,9
Lecture 80 Explore – Phrase List & Test
Lecture 81 Sign Phrases – Groups 7,8,9 ⏲ 6s
Lecture 82 Understand Phrases – Groups 7,8,9
Section 19: Group 10 Phrases
Lecture 83 Quiz J – Group 10
Lecture 84 DIANNE WILL BECOME PLUMBER.
Lecture 85 DEXTER WILL WELCOME REPORTER?
Lecture 86 DAPHNE WILL BANISH ACTOR?
Section 20: Group 11 Phrases
Lecture 87 Quiz K – Group 11
Lecture 88 YOUR (pl) WORK VERNA USE?
Lecture 89 HER BACKPACK VANCE TAKE?
Lecture 90 OUR GARAGE VIOLA PARK.
Section 21: Group 12 Phrases
Lecture 91 Quiz L – Group 12
Lecture 92 IF ROY EARLY YOU TEXT GRANT?
Lecture 93 IF REX LATE THEY EMAIL GLENN.
Lecture 94 IF RAE DONE WE CALL GEMMA.
Section 22: Review Groups 10,11,12 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 95 Explore – Vocab List & Test
Lecture 96 Sign Vocab – Groups 10,11,12 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 97 Understand Vocab – Groups 10,11,12
Lecture 98 Explore – Phrase List & Test
Lecture 99 Sign Phrases – Groups 10,11,12 ⏲ 6s
Lecture 100 Understand Phrases – Groups 10,11,12
Section 23: Review Groups 7-12 Vocab & Phrases
Lecture 101 Explore – Testing Format
Lecture 102 Sign Vocab – Groups 7-12 ⏲ 3s
Lecture 103 Understand Vocab – Groups 7-12
Lecture 104 Sign Phrases – Groups 7-12 ⏲ 6s
Lecture 105 Understand Phrases – Groups 7-12
Section 24: More ASL Quizzes
Lecture 106 Explore – More Quizzes
Lecture 107 Quiz #13
Lecture 108 Quiz #14
Lecture 109 Quiz #15
Lecture 110 Quiz #16
Lecture 111 Quiz #17
Lecture 112 Quiz #18
Lecture 113 Quiz #19
Lecture 114 Quiz #20
Lecture 115 Quiz #21
Lecture 116 Quiz #22
Lecture 117 Quiz #23
Lecture 118 Quiz #24
Section 25: Sign Quiz #13-24 Answers
Lecture 119 Explore – Signing Format
Lecture 120 Sign – Quiz #13-24 Answers ⏲ 6s
Section 26: Conclusion
Lecture 121 Conclusion & Thank You
Beginner ASL students who wish to learn and start signing immediately,Developing ASL students who wish to practice, test, and boost their signing ability
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