Search for a Hyattsville Sign Language Tutor

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Matthew F. I'm young and a energetic sign language interpreter. I've been signing practically all my life because my brother is deaf. I don't believe in wasting countless hours studying a book because sign language is an expressive language, and the best way to learn is to be expressive and practice.
9 Subjects: including sign language, reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar
Severn, MD
Dominique E. ...One who typically participates in my sessions and/or classes learns more than 500- 750 signs within a 6-8 week period, Deaf education, and signing etiquette. Students also learn emergency signs and to learn how to sign their favorite song(s). At the end of the session students are able to genera...
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Bethesda, MD
Kolin H. ...I like to make learning as much fun as possible. Learning a new language can be difficult and frustrating, I will be extremely patient with my students but push them to be their best. One of my goals is to keep the student challenged but not overwhelmed.
1 Subject: sign language
Silver Spring, MD
Tissa P. ...The entire experience of being abroad has changed my views and has taught me a lot. In 1997 I graduated from Gallaudet University with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies and Deaf Studies. From 1997 to 2005, I taught at the English Language Institute (ELI). I taught introduction to American Sign Language and Cross Cultural Communication.
1 Subject: sign language
Greenbelt, MD
Michele W. ...I continue to take workshops in the field of Interpreting and American Sign Language. I have mentored with several remarkable individuals. Two individuals who are exceptional Sign language Interpreters as well as mentoring with a native speaker of ASL.
1 Subject: sign language
Ellicott City, MD