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Beginning ASL Videocourse #3: Where's The TV Remote?

30 minutes 14 seconds

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Billy Seago and the Bravo family introduce household signs as they search for the TV remote control. The Cultural Notes explain how deaf people's homes are usually oriented, including information about flashing lights, TTYs, closed captions, and the relay system. The Grammatical Notes address negation in ASL. Includes review, practice, and story sessions. Partially captioned and narrated. #3 of Bravo series.

Media Details

Runtime: 30 minutes 14 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
56 minutes 59 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 12
Bravo: Beginning ASL Videocourse
Episode 6
32 minutes 16 seconds
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

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    Heily R. (Miami, FL)
    October 8th, 2020 at 11:00 AM

    This is a great continuation of the Bravo Series. Many new, relevant signs and great Deaf Culture and Grammar Notes.

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    colleen L. (EAST TROY, WI)
    December 4th, 2019 at 08:01 AM

    These video's are a great way to understand the deaf community and I am so please that I can now sign to my niece's husband who is deaf. Thank you for this free service.

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    Pamela J. (Waggaman, LA)
    December 3rd, 2019 at 11:14 AM

    I love how the lessons relate to every day, real life.

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    Walker E. (Baton Rouge, LA)
    July 7th, 2019 at 09:40 PM

    Wonderful way for families to learn this together.

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    Caitlin M. (Providence, RI)
    April 18th, 2018 at 12:11 PM

    Great series full of humor and effective for learning.

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    Sergio C. (Hesperia, CA)
    April 5th, 2016 at 11:38 PM

    It is super helpful and easy to use

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    Anonymous (Carterville, IL)
    September 21st, 2015 at 09:15 AM

    Excellent resource video!

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    Emily S. (New York, NY)
    March 15th, 2015 at 01:02 PM

    Brilliant.

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    Rose A. (TUCSON, AZ)
    May 8th, 2013 at 08:41 AM

    This is a wonderful series; invaluable for families to develop their ASL skills in order to communicate with their signing child. I had requested it to be sent to the wrong address. I plan to reserve it again with the correct address and view date