Dear ASL Instructors,
Some of you have asked for access to my Powerpoints.  Sure. I'm happy to share.
Note these Powerpoints are in (perpetual) DRAFT form.   Yes, I know they could be "jazzed up" with pictures and graphics but please understand that many of these were developed for use in a broadcast situation where I had to be careful to not use copyrighted material.  While it is "easy" to grab pictures off of the internet, it is not safe to use them in a studio broadcast since some of them might be copyrighted. So I developed a set of Powerpoints that don't use pictures. They are not perfect but to whatever extent you find them useful feel free to use them.
These Powerpoints are intended to be used by skilled instructors who are aware of and able to demonstrate the various versions of signs.  The Powerpoints can be used in combination with the ASLU self-study lessons.  When used together with the ASLU website, students will become used to the fact that there are often multiple ways to sign a word or phrase.  For example, the online pages explain that the right sign for the English word "can" depends on its meaning (i.e. whether you mean "a cylindrical container" or if you mean "the ability to do something").
-- Dr. Bill Vicars
 


p.s. (Some of these use "Gallaudet" Type font so I recommend you install it so the font sizing will look right.)  Font Download



ASL 1: 
Lesson 00 Powerpoint (Helpful Vocabulary for Classroom Students)
Lesson 01 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 02 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 03 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 04 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 05 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 06 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 07 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 08 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 09 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 10 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 11 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 12 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 13 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 14 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 15 Powerpoint (text version)

 



ASL 2:
Lesson 16 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 17 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 18 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 19 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 20 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 21 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 22 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 23 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 24 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 25 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 26 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 27 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 28 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 29 Powerpoint (text version)
Lesson 30 Powerpoint (text version)
 


OLD powerpoints (Some of these may require "Gallaudet" Type font to be installed.)  Font Download
If you are going to use some of the older powerpoints in broadcast situations you should replace the graphics with your own graphics or with graphics that are non-copyrighted or to which you have permission to use.  Some of the grammar may need updating, etc.
 

Lesson 01 ppt

Lesson 02 ppt

Lesson 03 ppt

Lesson 03 story ppt

Lesson 04 ppt

Lesson 04 story ppt

Lesson 04 story (text) ppt

Lesson 05 ppt

Lesson 05 story ppt

Lesson 05 story (text) ppt

Lesson 06 ppt

Lesson 06 story ppt

Lesson 07 ppt

Lesson 08 ppt

Lesson 09 ppt

Lesson 10 ppt

Lesson 11 ppt

Lesson 12 ppt

Lesson 13 ppt

Lesson 13 story ppt

Lesson 14 ppt

Lesson 15 ppt

Lesson 16 ppt

Lesson 17 ppt

Lesson 18 ppt

Lesson 19 ppt

Lesson 20 activity ppt  (May need Gallaudet TrueType font installed)

Lesson 20 ppt

Lesson 21 ppt

Lesson 22 ppt

Lesson 23 ppt

Lesson 24 ppt

Lesson 24 Vocab ppt

Lesson 25 ppt

Lesson 25 Vocab ppt

Lesson 26 ppt

Lesson 27 ppt

Lesson 28 ppt

Lesson 29 ppt  (May need Gallaudet TrueType font installed)

Lesson 29 Vocab ppt

Lesson 30 ppt