Search for a Washington Sign Language Tutor

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Darcy L. ...This has included developing vocabulary, identifying and labeling categories, identifying synonyms and antonyms, defining multi-meaning words, and defining vocabulary based on context clues. I have worked with elementary, middle, and high school students on grammar skills including plurals, poss...
8 Subjects: including sign language, reading, grammar, special needs
Alexandria, VA
Dominique E. ...My clinical experience supports me being very patient to work with all learners. I am very familiar with the Deaf/HOH community, as I am a member of it, and I can offer additional information regarding Deaf Education, Deaf Culture & Sensitivities, slangs, and fun things to know, just to name a f...
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Bethesda, MD
Sharon C. ...Presently, I am still a practicing musician and play in a band with my brother. We create and write our own instrumental music. We have played various events such as Earth Day festivals, music festivals, charity events, and coffee houses.
7 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, grammar
Alexandria, VA
Heidi M. ...FOR ASL: I have full understanding of the language from living with my younger sister who is deaf, as well as some of my best friends who are also deaf. I have a full understanding of the language which includes signs (of course), in addition to expressions which are very important. I also have...
6 Subjects: including sign language, grammar, photography, prealgebra
Alexandria, VA
Violet B. ...With this said, I understand patience of teaching sign language to those who didn't know it but wanted to learn. I also went to Gallaudet, have studied and obtained my degree in Master of Social Work. While I have never taught nor became a tutor professionally, I have had experience teaching sign language informally at my school and somewhat through my internships.
1 Subject: sign language
Washington, DC