Well I'm hopping back on the blog to let you guys know about a great new product I have available. As you know, I'm in the Sign Language Interpreting program at night so that I can add Sign Language on to my credential and teach it as a foreign language.
Side note, I've been making flashcards like CRAZY!!!!
But for the big news-I have created a bundle of quizzes for ASL 1 that focus on fingerspelling. While ASL focuses heavily on signs, it is important for students to know how to understand fingerspelling, both receptively and expressively. These 4 quizzes get progressively more difficult, and start to cover longer words and "things/places" with two names, i.e. Grocery Store.
The first quiz does not require a teacher to sign/spell anything, so it can be given on a sub day ;) The next three do require the teacher to spell the words that the students write down.
Take a look!
You can see here that Quiz #1 utilized the written letters [just to test for recognition and to see who is actually studying the alphabet] whereas Quizzes #2-4 require live spelling.
Answer Keys are provided for all quizzes, and they are available in both Word and PDF :) Check it out here!