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The average cost of 60-minute American Sign Language lessons is $48. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and location, you should expect to spend between $15 and $82 per hour.
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Who Was Clayton Valli? And the Creation of ASL Poetry

Who Was Clayton Valli? And the Creation of ASL Poetry

Ever heard of Clayton Valli? Who is that? What did he do? Let’s take a look at the inspiring story of Clayton Valli. A Brief Look at Clayton Valli's Life Clayton was born on May 25th, 1951 in Massachusetts. He was a deaf man, who became a notable ASL poet and linguist. Valli had quite an impressive education. He first attended the Austine School for the Deaf in Vermont in 1971. Then he received an Associate of Applied Science in Photography from the National Technical Institute for the D
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American Sign Language Flashcards & Other Memorization Techniques

American Sign Language Flashcards & Other Memorization Techniques

There are various approaches to studying and memorizing information, from practice quizzes and note-taking to outlines or flashcards, and although flashcards may seem like a boring and repetitive way to study, they actually work. Flashcards engage active recall, metacognition (i.e., self-reflection), and spaced repetition. When used properly, flashcards are effective study materials. And making sign language flashcards can help speed your ASL learning. Using Physical Flashcards Properly us
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How to Teach Deaf Children to Read

How to Teach Deaf Children to Read

Hearing Loss According to the CDC, at least one in 1,000 babies are born with a hearing loss. Historically, a hearing loss could go overlooked in a baby for months and even years, but fortunately, at present approximately 98% of infants are screened for a hearing loss. Identifying a hearing loss in infants is critical, because the first three years of life are crucial for speech and language development and it’s important for all children to have linguistic input from birth. Without exposur
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