Now You Can Finally Sign Like a Boss!
Learn the hows, whys, and what to sign to be an authentic, mind-blowing, and expressive signer.
Easy to implement lessons to grow your signing know-how from just your ABC’s to communicating beautifully.
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Learning ASL doesn’t have to be so hard!
ASL Done Right is your new best friend (you know, the one that brings you your favorite dessert when you’re in mid-meltdown and does your laundry while you eat).
ASL Done Right is here to help you:
ASL Done Right will give you exactly what you need to sign like a boss.
Save time, energy and frustration, and gain clarity, confidence, and community.
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Your videos are not dry, like other ASL videos I had looked at and they keep me engaged. I love how I can use what I’ve learned almost immediately.
Your videos have allowed me to go at my pace. When I have extra time, I am able to do 2 or 3 videos in one day which helps when I have a really busy couple of days and I can’t even turn my computer on 😀 I can understand the conversations going on around me!
Here’s what you’ll learn:
How to interact with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people
The most useful and effective signs
How to become an ASL grammar master; so you can sign with less stress and more clarity
The way to sign as if you’ve been signing your entire life. No “dictionary” signers here.
How to be a brilliant conversationalist, both in understanding and signing.
What’s inside the course?
Learning from you was amazing! Plus, you’re so nice, and make us feel like we’re only doing one-on-one classes. I would recommend it to anyone who’s beginning to learn ASL. Rochelle Barlow rocks!
My signing improved really fast! It’s only been like a month and a half, two months tops, and I feel like I’ve known my alphabet forever! I improved a lot with my FS accuracy and speed, and I’m learning something new everyday. Thanks to you, it really became a passion for me!
A course for the whole family. A reusable, one-time purchase, lifetime access with a tracking sheet for each student.
What do I get?
ASL Done Right Volume One
- 132-Page Ebook with 32 Lessons
- 33+ Practice Sheets
- 65+ Videos
- Classroom and Community
- Feedback from Me
An internet connection and an electronic device (tablet, computer, phone) to access it. Somewhere to store your pdf.
A camera of any sort to video yourself for assignments. Not required, but definitely a useful tool. A webcam, a built in camera in your computer, your smartphone, anything you can use and transfer the files to your computer. We’ll help you if you don’t know how to do that. 🙂
The course is self-paced. All the lessons are up and ready to go instantly. You decide how fast or slow you want to take it. I would recommend doing at least one lesson a week.
You start at the very beginning with ASL Done Right Volume One. You’re learning more than just your ABCs. This is good for beginners and for those that have learned some ASL. You’re not only learning signs, but you’re mastering grammar, your facial expressions, and getting tons of receptive practice. Understanding what someone is signing to you is often the hardest part!
Absolutely! If they can read, they can teach themselves. This is a philosophy I whole-heartedly embrace. If your children haven’t taught themselves something before, give them this great opportunity. They will read the lesson, watch the video, and do the practice sheet. After that, dedicate a few minutes every day to practice their new vocabulary and the skills they’ve been taught. You don’t have to be there. If you’re worried about accountability, their progress is monitored in the classroom, along with a tracking sheet.
I recommend 2nd grade to adult. If your second grader is not a strong reader, you may need to assist them, or have an older child do the lessons with them.
This can be for multiple levels. From Kindergarten to Adult. Your Kinders will not be able to read the lessons and might struggle with the grammar, but they can watch the videos and learn the signs.
You will purchase and set up the registration to the classroom and group. You can set out the schedule and practice times if you would like. Or you can just hand them the book and log them in to the classroom and let them go. You can set a time limit, a lesson requirement, or just whenever they’re “done.”
For the younger kiddos, with the classroom, you’re going to want to go through it with them to help them to be comfortable. There is a forum as well. You can decide how you want to handle this. Here are some options: 1) Show them how to interact within the forum, 2) Be with them when they’re accessing the forum, 3) Do it for them, or 4) Skip the forum for the youngsters.
*The forum is monitored.
Go for it! You can be as involved as you want! There are games you can organize and play with the kids. You can learn alongside them. You can learn ahead of time and then be there to answer questions or offer assistance. It’s really up to you. In fact, I’d encourage you to learn ASL as well.
You all have access to the classroom and a tracker sheet for you to print out for each person learning.
From Day 1, Rochelle sold me instantly on all 31 days based on her personality alone. I search for ASL videos frequently and I find that many share the same format in that I feel like I’m in class. With Rochelle, it doesn’t feel that way. I was immediately drawn in by her fun and welcoming persona which makes me eager to learn ASL each day.
Learn how to interact with people who are Deaf the right way without making any embarrassing blunders. Make new friends and connections within the Deaf community and within the course. Sign comfortably and fluidly with others and understand what they’re signing to you without breaking out in a sweat!
I can’t wait to work with you and see your signing take off. You’re going to be amazing.