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Teach Me English in ASL - Classroom DVD

499.95

Product Description

This CLASSROOM/SCHOOL program also consists of 185 lessons on 16 DVD discs. However, the whole format is expressly designed to facilitate group teaching and study. It supports, enhances, and empowers your teaching efforts to make your job easier and far more effective through the following features and benefits:

  • Lessons are organized according to specific topics such as "Nouns," "Adjectives," "Verbs," and so forth.
  • You can integrate your lesson plans with individual DVDs.
  • Provides you a logical sequence for moving step-by-step through essential grammar concepts.
  • Allows you to stop and encourage discussion and practice.
  • Supports you to create an interactive learning environment to enhance retention.
  • Allows you to effectively evaluate where individual students need additional help.
  • Helps you assign students homework in specific areas that need extra effort and attention.

The resulting success you and your students experience significantly increases your job satisfaction.


What is included in the DVD series?

There are two basics courses, one designed to help students and one designed to help teachers. Each course includes the following:

  • 185 lessons starting with the alphabet and vowels.
  • Step-by-step through rules of English grammar which builds a solid foundation for learning English.
  • Clear, easy-to-follow illustrations of all important concepts.
  • 400+ role-playing scenarios to help you teach and learn how to communicate and write well in English.
  • Each lesson has real-life examples with the opportunity for you to respond, discuss, practice, and perfect.
  • 500+ colorful video graphics with motion effects.

Individual Home-Study DVDs vs. Classroom DVDs and How to Get the Most Out of Both

We all know that teaching English to the deaf is a challenging task. At the same time, for the deaf individual, trying to learn and to be effective in English can be a depressing—and even devastating—
experience. However, without a solid foundation in English, deaf Americans are crippled in their understanding of most subjects, as well as all other areas of their lives.

We are here to support you, and help you bridge the gap between what you as a dedicated teacher want to accomplish with your students and your ability to do so. The “Teach Me English in ASL” DVD unlocks vast learning potential, empowering you as a teacher and making your job far easier and more effective. The DVD also breaks though the deaf learner’s deeply rooted language barriers, further empowering their ability to learn English. 

How? These DVDs and Student Workbook supply three crucial elements that are critical for success:

  • They emphasize visual learning.
  • They teach through vision, which is the deaf person's greatest need and number one learning strength.
  • They utilize the deaf’s native language of ASL to teach English as a second language, just like any foreign-language student learns English. For example, French students learn English as a second language through explanations in French.

What are the benefits?

Students will be able to:

  • Study wherever and whenever you want.
  • Learn at your own pace.
  • Find specific lessons from the DVD that best meet your needs.
  • Watch lessons as many times as you want until you understand clearly.
  • Remember what you learn better and longer.
  • Learn more English and build knowledge and ideas.
  • Grow confidence.
  • Have fun while learning and want to learn more.

Teachers will be able to:

  • Synchronize lesson plans with specific grammar topics.
  • Move step-by-step through essential grammar concepts.
  • Stop and encourage discussion and practice.
  • Create an interactive learning environment to enhance retention.
  • Evaluate where individual students need additional help.
  • Assign students homework in specific areas that need extra attention.
  • Experience significantly greater success and job satisfaction.
  • Prevent chronic frustration and burnout.

Give it a try! 

Video Demo

Watch the demo on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZGgwKXRqCms

Product Information

Instructor: James Kittell
Format: Color, Widescreen, NTSC, HD
Language: English and ASL
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Number of Discs: 16
Number of Lessons: 185
Studio: ASL MEDIA
DVD Release Date: August 20, 2012
Run Time: 351 minutes (16 discs)
ISBN-10: 0-9849716-3-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-9849716-3-3

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Product Description

This CLASSROOM/SCHOOL program also consists of 185 lessons on 16 DVD discs. However, the whole format is expressly designed to facilitate group teaching and study. It supports, enhances, and empowers your teaching efforts to make your job easier and far more effective through the following features and benefits:

  • Lessons are organized according to specific topics such as "Nouns," "Adjectives," "Verbs," and so forth.
  • You can integrate your lesson plans with individual DVDs.
  • Provides you a logical sequence for moving step-by-step through essential grammar concepts.
  • Allows you to stop and encourage discussion and practice.
  • Supports you to create an interactive learning environment to enhance retention.
  • Allows you to effectively evaluate where individual students need additional help.
  • Helps you assign students homework in specific areas that need extra effort and attention.

The resulting success you and your students experience significantly increases your job satisfaction.


What is included in the DVD series?

There are two basics courses, one designed to help students and one designed to help teachers. Each course includes the following:

  • 185 lessons starting with the alphabet and vowels.
  • Step-by-step through rules of English grammar which builds a solid foundation for learning English.
  • Clear, easy-to-follow illustrations of all important concepts.
  • 400+ role-playing scenarios to help you teach and learn how to communicate and write well in English.
  • Each lesson has real-life examples with the opportunity for you to respond, discuss, practice, and perfect.
  • 500+ colorful video graphics with motion effects.

Individual Home-Study DVDs vs. Classroom DVDs and How to Get the Most Out of Both

We all know that teaching English to the deaf is a challenging task. At the same time, for the deaf individual, trying to learn and to be effective in English can be a depressing—and even devastating—
experience. However, without a solid foundation in English, deaf Americans are crippled in their understanding of most subjects, as well as all other areas of their lives.

We are here to support you, and help you bridge the gap between what you as a dedicated teacher want to accomplish with your students and your ability to do so. The “Teach Me English in ASL” DVD unlocks vast learning potential, empowering you as a teacher and making your job far easier and more effective. The DVD also breaks though the deaf learner’s deeply rooted language barriers, further empowering their ability to learn English. 

How? These DVDs and Student Workbook supply three crucial elements that are critical for success:

  • They emphasize visual learning.
  • They teach through vision, which is the deaf person's greatest need and number one learning strength.
  • They utilize the deaf’s native language of ASL to teach English as a second language, just like any foreign-language student learns English. For example, French students learn English as a second language through explanations in French.

What are the benefits?

Students will be able to:

  • Study wherever and whenever you want.
  • Learn at your own pace.
  • Find specific lessons from the DVD that best meet your needs.
  • Watch lessons as many times as you want until you understand clearly.
  • Remember what you learn better and longer.
  • Learn more English and build knowledge and ideas.
  • Grow confidence.
  • Have fun while learning and want to learn more.

Teachers will be able to:

  • Synchronize lesson plans with specific grammar topics.
  • Move step-by-step through essential grammar concepts.
  • Stop and encourage discussion and practice.
  • Create an interactive learning environment to enhance retention.
  • Evaluate where individual students need additional help.
  • Assign students homework in specific areas that need extra attention.
  • Experience significantly greater success and job satisfaction.
  • Prevent chronic frustration and burnout.

Give it a try! 

Video Demo

Watch the demo on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZGgwKXRqCms

Product Information

Instructor: James Kittell
Format: Color, Widescreen, NTSC, HD
Language: English and ASL
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Number of Discs: 16
Number of Lessons: 185
Studio: ASL MEDIA
DVD Release Date: August 20, 2012
Run Time: 351 minutes (16 discs)
ISBN-10: 0-9849716-3-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-9849716-3-3

Disc 1 - Alphabet  7 min.
Disc 2 - Capitalizations 24 min.
Disc 3 - Abbreviations  11 min.
Disc 4 - Punctuation 50 min.
Disc 5 - Nouns 28 min.
Disc 6 - Noun Determiners 31 min.
Disc 7 - Pronouns 60 min.
Disc 8 - Adjectives  28 min.
Disc 9 - Verbs-Present  14 min.
Disc 10 - Verbs-Past  16 min.
Disc 11 - Verbs-Future  12 min.
Disc 12 - Verbs-Others  26 min.
Disc 13 - Adverbs  10 min.
Disc 14 - Prepositions  20 min.
Disc 15 - Conjunctions  10 min.
Disc 16 - Interjections  4 min.

 
ALPHABET  |  7 minutes

Lesson 1  Introduction
Lesson 2  Letters and Words
Lesson 3  Vowel Letters and Consonant Letters
Lesson 4  Avoid the Mistake
Lesson 5  Reviews

CAPITALIZATION  |  24 minutes

Lesson 6  Introduction
Lesson 7  First Word of a Sentence
Lesson 8  Proper Nouns – Personal Names
Lesson 9  Pronoun “I”
Lesson 10  Major Words in Titles
Lesson 11  Personal Titles
Lesson 12  Academic Degrees
Lesson 13  Buildings, Bridges, Streets, Parks, and Monument
Lesson 14  Continents, Countries, and Cities
Lesson 15  Foreign Languages
Lesson 16  Calendar: Days, Months, and Holidays
Lesson 17  Historical Periods
Lesson 18  Organizations, Associations, and Institutions
Lesson 19  Trademarks
Lesson 20  Government and Judicial Bodies
Lesson 21  Sentences in Quotation Marks
Lesson 22  Salutations and Closings in Letters
Lesson 23  Initials with Names
Lesson 24  Initialisms
Lesson 25  Acronyms
Lesson 26  Names of the Planets

ABBREVIATIONS|  11 minutes

Lesson 27  Introduction
Lesson 28  Uppercase and Lowercase
Lesson 29  Titles before Names
Lesson 30  Titles after Names
Lesson 31  Famous People
Lesson 32  Familiar Objects
Lesson 33  Familiar Institutions
Lesson 34  Familiar Companies
Lesson 35  Time Designations
Lesson 36  Measurement
Lesson 37  Geographic Names

PUNCTUATION  |  50 minutes

Lesson 38  Introduction
Lesson 39  Period ( . )
Lesson 40  Question Mark ( ? )
Lesson 41  Exclamation Point ( ! )
Lesson 42  Comma ( , )
Lesson 43  Semi-Colon ( ; )
Lesson 44  Colon ( : )
Lesson 45  Dash ( – )
Lesson 46  Quotation Marks ( “ ” )
Lesson 47  Parentheses ( )
Lesson 48  Apostrophe ( ’ )
Lesson 49  Hyphen ( - )

NOUNS  |  28 minutes

Lesson 50  Introduction
Lesson 51  Singular and Plural
Lesson 52  Common Nouns and Proper Nouns
Lesson 53  Concrete Nouns and Abstract Nouns
Lesson 54  Collective Nouns
Lesson 55  Gender
Lesson 56  Countable – One or Many
Lesson 57  Noncountable Nouns
Lesson 58  Abstract Nouns
Lesson 59  Plural Nouns  –s
Lesson 60  Plural Nouns  –ies
Lesson 61  Plural Nouns  –es
Lesson 62  Plural Nouns  –ves
Lesson 63  Plural Nouns  –s or –es for an “o”
Lesson 64  Irregular Plural Nouns
Lesson 65  Plural Hyphenated Nouns
Lesson 66  Possessive Nouns – Singular
Lesson 67  Possessive Nouns – Plural
Lesson 68  Appositives

NOUN DETERMINERS  |  31 minutes

Lesson 69  Singular Nouns: A
Lesson 70  Singular Nouns: An
Lesson 71  Singular Nouns: The
Lesson 72  Singular Nouns: Number
Lesson 73  Singular Nouns: Comparison
Lesson 74  Plural Nouns: Generalization
Lesson 75  Plural Nouns: The
Lesson 76  Plural Nouns: Some
Lesson 77  Plural Nouns: Number
Lesson 78  Plural Nouns: Comparison
Lesson 79  Noncountable Nouns: Generalization
Lesson 80  Noncountable Nouns: The
Lesson 81  Noncountable Nouns: Measurement
Lesson 82  Singular Proper Nouns
Lesson 83  Singular Proper Nouns: The
Lesson 84  Plural Proper Nouns: The

PRONOUNS   |  60 minutes

Lesson 85  Introduction
Lesson 86  Gender
Lesson 87  Subject and Object
Lesson 88  Subject Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 89  Subject Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 90  Subject Pronouns: Questions Using Who? and What?
Lesson 91  Object Pronouns
Lesson 92  Object Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 93  Object Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 94  Object Pronouns: Questions Using Whom? and What?
Lesson 95  Direct Pronouns
Lesson 96  Direct Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 97  Direct Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 98  Direct Pronouns: Questions Using Whom? and What?
Lesson 99  Indirect Pronouns
Lesson 100  Indirect Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 101  Indirect Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 102  Object-of-Preposition Pronouns
Lesson 103  Using Two Object Pronouns Together
Lesson 104  Reciprocal Pronouns: Each Other
Lesson 105  Reciprocal Pronouns: One Another
Lesson 106  Intensive Pronouns
Lesson 107  Intensive Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 108  Intensive Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 109  Reflexive Pronouns
Lesson 110  Reflexive Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 111  Reflexive Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 112  Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 113  Possessive Pronouns: Singular
Lesson 114  Possessive Pronouns: Plural
Lesson 115  Possessive Pronouns: Questions Using Whose?
Lesson 116  Relative Pronouns: Who
Lesson 117  Relative Pronouns: Whom
Lesson 118  Relative Pronouns: Whose
Lesson 119  Relative Pronouns: Which
Lesson 120  Relative Pronouns: Where
Lesson 121  Relative Pronouns: That
Lesson 122  Demonstrative Pronouns: Singular Using This and That
Lesson 123  Demonstrative Pronouns: Plural Using These and Those
Lesson 124  Demonstrative Pronouns: Singular Using One
Lesson 125  Demonstrative Pronouns: Plural Using Ones
Lesson 126  Demonstrative Pronouns: Questions Using Which?, Which One?, and Which Ones?

ADJECTIVES  |  28 minutes

Lesson 127  Introduction
Lesson 128  Articles: A, An and The
Lesson 129  Numerical Adjectives
Lesson 130  Possessive Adjectives
Lesson 131  Demonstrative Adjectives
Lesson 132  Descriptive Adjectives
Lesson 133  Predicate Adjectives
Lesson 134  Proper Descriptive Adjectives
Lesson 135  Nouns Used as Adjectives
Lesson 136  Verbs Used as Adjectives
Lesson 137  Compound Adjectives
Lesson 138  Comparison Adjectives
Lesson 139  Superlative Adjectives

PRESENT VERBS  |  14 minutes

Lesson 140  Present Continuous
Lesson 141  Present Simple

PAST VERBS  |  16 minutes

Lesson 142  Past Simple
Lesson 143  Past Continuous
Lesson 144  Present Complete
Lesson 145  Past Complete
Lesson 146  Present Complete Continuous
Lesson 147  Past Complete Continuous

FUTURE VERBS  |  12 minutes

Lesson 148  Present Simple for the Future
Lesson 149  Present Continuous for the Future
Lesson 150  Going to...
Lesson 151  Future Simple: Offering/Agreeing
Lesson 152  Future Simple: Predicting
Lesson 153  Future Continuous
Lesson 154  Future Complete

SPECIAL VERBS  |  26 minutes

Lesson 155  Verb Modals: can, could and be able to
Lesson 156  Modals: must, can’t and must not
Lesson 157  Modals: may and might
Lesson 158  Modals: have to and must
Lesson 159  Modals: should and ought to
Lesson 160  Modals: would, would like to and would rather
Lesson 161  Present Passive
Lesson 162  Past Passive
Lesson 163  Future Passive
Lesson 164  Gerund
Lesson 165  Infinitive

ADVERBS  |  10 minutes

Lesson 166  Introduction
Lesson 167  When?
Lesson 168  Where?
Lesson 169  How?
Lesson 170  To What Extend?
Lesson 171  How Often?
Lesson 172  Placement of Adverbs
Lesson 173  Building Up Verbs
Lesson 174  Building Up Adjectives
Lesson 175  Building Up Adverbs
 

PREPOSITIONS  |  20 minutes

Lesson 176  Introduction
Lesson 177  Direction or Movement
Lesson 178  Location
Lesson 179  Time
Lesson 180  Other Relationships

CONJUNCTIONS  |  10 minutes

Lesson 181  Joining Words
Lesson 182  Joining Phrases
Lesson 183  Joining Sentences

INTERJECTIONS  |  4 minutes

Lesson 184  Positive – Wow!, Oh!, Bravo!, etc.
Lesson 185  Negative – Hmm, Ouch!, Uh, etc.