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ASL 2 – Unit 12

Final Unit

In this unit as you learn ASL, you will be wrapping up what you have learned so far.

Conversation Comprehension 12.1

Turn to page 14 in your workbook. In the video below, Deborah and Mark are going to have a conversation. In your workbook, some of the dialogue is given. However, the dialogue is out of order. Write the correct order of the dialogue on the line. The first one has been done for you.

When you’re finished, check your answers in the back of the workbook. Go back and review the questions you missed.

Expression Assignment 2-3

To practice your expression skills, I want you to use your webcam (or a video camera) and sign a description of your bedroom, sign a description of an object in your bedroom, and then sign the location of the object in that room. Then, go back and watch your video. This is a great way to practice your expression skills and be able to critique your own signing.

If you want more help, I highly suggest signing up for our paid online classes. In those classes, you can submit your video and get constructive assigned comments from other students.

Or, you can check out The Start ASL Tutoring Program. Personalized ASL tutoring is a great way to practice what you’ve learned. You can practice this assignment with an ASL tutor and get instant feedback! Book an appointment with The Start ASL Tutoring Program today!


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