How are you feeling? Happy? Excited? Tired? Learn how to sign a variety of feelings and emotions in American Sign Language today for free. Below I have included a variety of resources that can help you build up your vocabulary in ASL.
The video featured below for example is from ASL Connect, a free resource from Gallaudet University. These free videos can be a great way to learn some of the basics of ASL. I also included a few other videos to help further expand your vocabulary and help familiarize yourself with multiple variations. Be sure to check out the full list below the video.
- ASL Emotions | ASL Connect
- Signing about feelings and emotions | ASL Meredith
- Feelings and Emotions in ASL | Chris Gorges
- ASL Hangout: How to sign emotions | Sign Duo
- Your feelings in ASL | ASL Nook
Ready to put what you have learned into practice? Our next free ASL group practice session on October 7th, 2020 will have the theme “Feelings and Emotions,” so be sure to come join us and tell us how you’re feeling!
These practice sessions are a great way to get some real world practice and have an opportunity to network with others that are at a similar skill level as you. Once in a breakout room, students are encouraged to turn off their voices completely and use what they have learned to have a conversation with their partner or group.
These sessions last about 30 minutes and afterwards we will share some tips and tricks that can help you learn the language faster, be more confident, and understand others more clearly. The discussion segments will be interpreted so that both hearing and Deaf will be able to follow along.
October 7, 2020 – 5:00 PM Pacific
Practice Session: Feelings and Emotions
Discussion: How to learn ASL faster
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/761349379
For the first time, we will also be offering a live stream option for those that can’t make it to the Zoom practice session. You may join us LIVE on YouTube with the link below or hop onto Zoom with us with the link above.
When you join, just let us know what skill level you are … new, beginner, intermediate, or advanced … and we will create a small breakout room for you to join. These sessions are great for increasing your exposure to the language, getting out of your comfort zone, and using what you have been learning in a real world setting. They really help us get nail all three fundamental keys of learning a new language.
Want to learn more or have any questions? Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a free 15 minute call with us here. 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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