I offer my expertise in the industry as a tutor. I can guide you in your existing studies, or give lessons based on a video curriculum I have obtained. I approach each student based on their individual need and way of learning. In addition, I offer insights into Deaf culture, idealogies, and comparative equivalents of Hearing culture.
My methodology is based on visual learning and the ability to take what is being taught and finding ways to apply it for individual students. I also like to learn about the student about what ways they feel they can learn best. This helps me to understand you as a person but, also for me to find the best way to help the student to understand the curriculum.
I give lessons to all ages, ranging from babies to adults. It can be in person or through Skype. If they have no knowledge of the language, I will expose them to the basics, such as the ABCs and numbers and how to spell their name.
My teaching philosophy is simple, provide whatever the student needs to succeed. No one student is the same, therefore, a teacher's approach cannot be the same. I provide a whole, comprehensive outlook on the subject based on the student's needs and goals.
I try to gather an understanding of what the student is having trouble with and then use repetition and examples to help the student remember. I love the language and I try to rub that off on the students as well.
I work one on one with individuals over video chat, with a heavy focus on combining personal interests and hobbies + everyday need-to-know language in order to create a meaningful learning experience. I also create personal videos for review. I am a strong believer in building ASL fluency through conversation and story-telling with skilled signers.
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.
As a sign language and piano teacher, I have gone from teaching in my home only and volunteering in various schools to being hired to teach in various after-school programs, learning centers, daycare and prime-time centers, to starting my own business of teaching and speaking (15 years – and counting), to building an incorporated enterprise – where I annually showcase and televise the private a
I am flexibly scheduling for between others schedule and my schedule to fit.
My teaching method differs between students and subjects, but I take the approach that making the subject interesting to them will not only help them learn but also help them enjoy learning.
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 base my classes on how your signing ability is at the start and then proceed from there. I use different methods including practicing words, games, and watching videos, etc.
My teaching methodology is to create a plan based on your personal language goals and then work together to reach those goals.
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.
I am a graduate of Kent State University, majoring in American Sign Language with a minor in nonprofit studies. These classes are for any student of American Sign Language (ASL). That means elementary school, middle school, high school, college students, and even parents. I can work online over a video or in person.
My teaching method depends on the student, everyone learns at a different pace and different technique. I accomodate my students.
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.
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.
I have a Certificate in American Sign Language Interpreting through the ITP training. As well as a B.A. I focus on each new student and how best they learn. I base what to teach on what they want to learn. Focusing on things they are interested in to help the learning become more accessible and interesting to them. I am understanding, supportive teacher.
College student working on assimilates degree and further. Future endeavor to become a certified interpreter. Willing to teach anyone who is willing to focus on the lesson at hand. My method depends on you. I will test your skill level by your memory and the speed in which you can remember.
Taking Online Classes. Watching different shows online that use American Sign Language. I like to start off with the basics of Sign Language and go on to making sentences, and having conversations. I give lessons to anybody wanting to learn.
Hello I am 20 years old I am from Kansas City Missouri I am currently a college student studying teaching and I am proficient in American Sign Language or ASL. I teach beginners and intermediate level sign language and my methods include verbal, written, and visual teaching we go at your pace and teach at your time .
I have certification of Paraprofessional for the Deaf Education. I would be willing to teach American Sign Language to either children or adults. That would be helping for them to learn and social with deaf and hard of hearing. Also, it would help who can not speak or hear learn ASL (American Sign Language).
My name is Patricia Beerman. I been very bless to travel to various countries and learn first hand about our amazing, diverse and rich world and the people who dwelt in it. Thru practice and travel I have learned what it would be having a first, second, third and other levels of language handling. It makes an amazing difference when you are trying to connect with people from all over the world.
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 believe that the best way to learn a language is to immerse yourself in the language. I adopt a voices-off policy during class time. This means that in order to communicate with me, the teacher, you must learn the language.
I approach all students with an open mind. I assess their skills and am able to help them improve their comprehension on everything from fingerspelling, to numbers, to comprehending words and phrases. I can also assist with Songs interpreted into song.
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