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Beginning ASL Videocourse #11: Playing In The Park

44 minutes 47 seconds

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Billy Seago and the Bravo family visit a park and introduce nature and sport signs. The Grammatical Notes discuss how signs use space to describe an actual event. The Cultural Notes give practical suggestions for medical personnel to use during emergencies. Includes review, practice, and story sessions. Partially captioned and narrated. #11 of Bravo series.

Media Details

Runtime: 44 minutes 47 seconds

Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 1
39 minutes 44 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 2
36 minutes 20 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 3
30 minutes 14 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 4
37 minutes 48 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 5
1 hour 0 minutes
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 6
35 minutes
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 7
38 minutes 47 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 8
43 minutes 57 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 9
50 minutes
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 10
56 minutes 23 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12

Viewer Comments

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    Margaret E. (Blacksburg, VA)
    October 7th, 2020 at 07:02 AM

    This video teaches our family so much. It helps to get us outside and gives us more signs and games to play.

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    Carriebeth M. (Waco, TX)
    March 28th, 2018 at 02:34 PM

    As a student to ASL, and deaf, these videos are so helpful for my class. I had watched a couple of the Bravo Family videos without captions and was lost. Now I can follow Billy when he is talking about Culture and Grammar :)