Search for a Puyallup Sign Language Tutor

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Kendell T. ...Sign language is good language to know because you don't know when you will meet some who is deaf. I have taken sign language levels 1-6. I have gone to light house church to talk to deaf people who put on a night for them and other students who are taking sign language classes.
1 Subject: sign language
Auburn, WA
Wendy V. ...I fell in love with the language, culture and of course the wonderful people who helped give me the gift of their language. I have never looked back and love my job. Often times hearing students will ask me to teach them or help them out with a project they have in their ASL class.
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Kent, WA
Kate S. ...I can assist with using any camera from Kodak to Nikon (point and shoot and DSLR). I can also assist with editing photos as well. I have tutored public speaking at Pierce College for many years. I have had a variety of students ranging from young to old, and even international students.
37 Subjects: including sign language, English, writing, statistics
Lakewood, WA
Kay M. ...Of all academic subjects, I am weakest in math, but can certainly help students at the elementary level with all math concepts. I have worked as a sign language interpreter in the school systems K-12, a Park Ranger, a Realtor, a Job Coach, a Financial Advisor, a Counselor/Therapist, a Management...
20 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, grammar
Olympia, WA
Clara H. ...Lessons begin with learning each alphabet letter in American Sign Language. The student will then learn to spell his/her name, the names of family members and friends. 3-4 new signs will be added each lesson through simple songs that encourage repeated practice of each sign. Sample signs would include "morning" and "broken" and would be done to the tune of "Morning has Broken".
19 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, dyslexia
Bainbridge Island, WA