When we start to learn a new language, it is often best to start learning the words, signs, and phrases about the things we want to talk about. For many of us, that’s family. Go ahead and check out the variety of resources included below that can help you learn new signs all about Family.
- Family Signs in ASL – ASL THAT
- Immediate Family | ASL Meredith
- Family Signs (including variations) | Chris Gorges
- How to sign family | Sign Duo
- American Sign Language Family | ASL Connect
Put It Into Practice
The best way to learn a new language is to use it. So, I encourage you to join our next free ASL group practice session where you can find a practice partner at a similar skill level as you. We accommodate learners of every skill level, from brand new to fluent. When you join, just let us know what skill level you would like to be put with and we will take care of the rest.
You will have about 30 minutes to turn your voice off and make the communication happen by any means necessary. Even if you are just getting started, these sessions are great opportunities to network with others and find some practice partners.
After the practice session we will be available to answer any questions you may have. This portion is simultaneously interpreted in ASL for any deaf or hard of hearing individuals that join us. Below is more information about our next practice session and the Zoom link that we will be using.
September 23, 2020 – 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/761349379
We hope that you can make it to this week’s practice session and would love to meet you. In the meantime, enjoy the videos and keep on learning!
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