Sign Language

Age Range:




Class Fees:


Number of Semesters

1 Semester

Maximum Students



Krista Graff



Required Materials

Computer access for occasional video.
ASL 1, 2, & 3 Computer access to complete weekly "story" and quiz.

Homework Required - 5 minutes per day

Technology/Equipment Needed at Home

Homework Required - 5 minutes per day

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About the course

Signing Time teaches children of all abilities and ages how to communicate using American Sign Language (ASL). Through original songs, music, captivating video clips, and clever animation, the show teaches children how to communicate with others using ASL. Children learn through song, repetition, and clever sequences the words and signs essential for school-age children.
Classes will include watching a Signing Time Video, reviewing the signs presented in previous lessons, and learning a little about Deaf culture. Practice will always be included, both during and after the videos.

Older students (those who do not want to watch singing and signing, or whose parents prefer a more rigorous course) will be presented the full lessons found on ASL University (

Homework Requirements:
There will be assigned practice each week.
There will be videos to watch, and opportunities to practice through video chat.
I encourage students to teach their parents, so that all may practice. :)

Older students will be required to read the Deaf culture portion on ASLU, and complete the quiz and assignment for each lesson. (About 1 hour each week, plus daily practice)