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Resources for Teaching Print Language to Deaf children
  • Bloom Library – allows translation of books into other languages
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ABLE for the Deaf – curriculum resources

Reading Bear – phonics (also helps with vocabulary development)

ReadWorks – low language / high interest reading available online and for print

Supporting English Acquisition – NTID site

Transition Assessment Resources – PDF file for transitioning from school to independent living

Tutorial and Instructional Programs –  English Center – Gallaudet

  • – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –  ASL

ASL Proficiency – CAN-DO statements- Ohio Standards

Church ASL Classes First level (We have several levels that we use to teach church classes and conversational ASL classes.)

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Presentacion por PREZI – not from a CSCD source.

SPANISH : These are resources that have been made by teachers at the Christian School and Chapel for the Deaf.  They are NOT intended to be used outside of an ASL environment.  All countries have their own dialect or language syntax in their own sign languages. Make sure you are not polluting another sign language by using ASL where it is not the language of the culture.  Thanks

Verbs-ar er ir (ppt)

verb game querer (ppt)

pronombres fotos

make a sentence 1 (ppt)


er verbs conjugate these

bedroom vocab 1 with picture

ar verbs page 79 all documents

ar verbs conjugate these

ar verbs 2015 Spanish flashcards

ar verbs 2015 Spanish one verb per page

ar verb endings

ar verb CANTAR

ar verb CAMINAR


One of our favorite resources is the  Newby Visual Language CD-rom. BUY IT.  We are writing the word lists in Spanish and English now using PPT.   (Sample concepts de vida – limpiando los pisos)

We use  Newby’s pictures coupled  with signs taken from Clip and Create ASL vocabulary .  We are not selling these resources but can recommend them to you for use with your Deaf.

Again, make sure that you are not using ASL in areas where other sign languages or sign systems are used.  For example, we use the sign HERE (from clip and create) when teaching the words WHERE and WHAT in the question form to our students (hearing and deaf).