ASL Weebly


This site is designed for future students who are interested in American Sign Language but aren't sure how to start learning the language. It is not a professional educational tool by any means. The creator of this website is a beginner to ASL and her goal in designing this website is to reach out to people who share this passion and help them foster their interest.

uhsasl.weebly.com


This above website is intended to be a collaborative resource for people to contribute to and learn from. There are a limited number of pages so far, and anyone learning sign language who wishes to contribute to the website should talk to Beuschlein, who has access to the username and password of the website. Weebly is a very simple to learn and use since it has a drag-and-drop format to website creation. No coding is required. Please don't abuse the website or make changes detrimental to the purpose of learning. Hopefully you will find this resource to be informative and interesting as you explore one of the most beautiful languages in the world.



Sign Language Links:
http://www.aslpro.com/
http://www.signingsavvy.com/
http://asl.ms/%28%29/%28%29.htm

Quiz 1 - Fingerspelling and basic signs:


family, mother, father, parents, brother, sister, girl, boy, man, woman, son, daughter, cousin, aunt, uncle, grandmother, grandfather, child, kid, baby, people, person

dog, cat, bird, fish

school, book, word, letter, food, house, home, chair, teacher, student, room, class, paper, alphabet, sign language, water, table, computer, web site, music, fun, question, test/quiz, glasses

year, month, week, day, hour, minute, second, time, night

me, I, you, he, him, her, it, we, us, them, they, my, mine, his, her/hers, your, yours, its, our, ours, their, theirs, myself, yourself, himself, ourselves, themselves,

this, these, that, those, any, other/another, some, all, much/a lot, many, a few

who, what, where, why, when, which, how


think, know, understand, believe

see, hear, feel, smell, taste, look (look at), look (appear), watch

be (all be verbs), go, come, do, can, can't, have, stay, show, give, take, make, teach, learn, sleep, walk, run, live, write, read, talk, say/tell, hear, listen, help, sit, stand, look for/search, find, eat, drink, wait, leave,like, don't like, love, hate, let/allow, like, don't like, start, stop, play, try, use, should/have to/must

and, but, or, if, not, because

then, now, later, before, after, , next, from, for, with, without, together, up, down, in, out, during/while, under, over, above, below, yes, no, through, between, maybe/might/probably, anyway/doesn't matter

easy, hard, fast, slow, good, bad, little, big, happy, sad, funny, deaf, hearing/hearing person, same (two signs), different, old, young, new, former/past/ago/last/used to

0, 1, 2, 3, ... , 10

Signs

Google Docs Sheet
*Note: The button below is meant to be a preview of the spreadsheet, while you can successfully edit it the sign sorting script will not run, if you wish to experience the entirety of the spreadsheet, please follow the link above*
*Note 2: Even if you click the link above, the sort function will only run if you are logged in to a google account, sorry*