Academics‎ > ‎World Languages‎ > ‎Campbell‎ > ‎

American Sign Language l


Invite to Remind ASL 1

Outside Practice for Monday:

Learn how to spell your first name in ASL use the MANUAL ALPHABET LINK and know the entire alphabet by Monday, August 19th.

Do the acronym worksheet. Do not look them up on Google. Take guesses and have other people guess too.

Deaf Culture and History Presentation

Deaf culture slides #2


Documents to review. Please read the Syllabus, Standard practices, and course requirements. Then sign signature sheet and no voicing contract and return first week of school:

ASL 1 Course Documents

Fingerspelling alphabet

Fingerspelling book for expressive drills practice

Fingerspelling practice tool

ASL 1 Vocab Lists

ASL 1 Vocab List Videos


ASL 1 Worksheets/Outside practice


ASL 1 Course Documents

Deaf Historical Events

Essential Learning Outcomes
  1. You will be able to carry on most regular classroom activities completely in ASL.
  2. You will be able to use ASL accurately and effectively to prepare and deliver formal and informal presentations about yourself and Deaf culture.
  3. You will be able to initiate and correctly respond to basic conversation about yourself and others in ASL.
  4. You will be able to recognize, discuss and describe common activities in various tenses in ASL.You will be able to follow along with, describe, gloss, and create simple stories in ASL.
  5. You will be able to read and comprehend Deaf Cultural and Deaf Historical text as it relates to ASL.
  6. You will be able to write an analysis of Deaf Culture/Deaf History and compare and contrast Deaf and Hearing cultural norms as described in the text.