ASK Angie ASL – Classroom Tips
Encouraging reading and writing with deaf students by creating visual connections to the written word.
When reading to a deaf child, make sure to include methods of showing the story in a more conceptual manner. ASL is a visual, not written, language and as such a story is understood more effectively in a conceptual / visual way.
WATCH VIDEO DEMONSTRATION:
www.ASLPro.com – a dictionary format website with video clips of thousands of signs.
www.HandsandVoices.com – statewide parenting support group
Rule-the-School.com – deaf ed products
ADCOHearing.com – deaf ed products
Harriscomm.com – equipment for Deaf / Hard of Hearing Individuals
www.handcraftedasl.com – deaf education products / ASL products
Angie Craft author and teacher brings over 26 years of experience in deaf education and is committed to serving the deaf community. Keenly aware of the isolation that deaf students often experience, Angie developed and wrote HandCraftEdASL to bridge the communication gap between deaf children who primarily use American Sign Language and their parents, peers or educators.www.handcraftedasl.com