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Designed with Kids in Mind You’ve decided that you’d like for your students to learn some American Sign Language (ASL) signs in the classroom. Maybe it’s for better classroom management, a better student understanding of new vocabulary, to improve their reading skills, or just to learn a fun second language. So, where can your students go on-line to learn some new signs? There are several ASL dictionaries on-line, but they are written for an adult audience. Since this is the case, you wouldn’t want your students clicking on different words that may end up being inappropriate for your student’s age group.
American Sign Language (ASL) dictionary Acquiring ASL as a first language (L1) Learning ASL as a second language (L2) ASL literature and arts ASL rhymes in the poem "Spring Dawn" Compare three versions of the poem "Spring Dawn" originally written by Meng Hao-jan.