skip to main content

ASL Video Lesson 5

1 hours 6 minutes 43 seconds

Videos are generally available for preview to non-members as short clips. Limited full-length titles are also available. Log In to view the full length title.

Browse Full-length Non-member Titles
Still image from ASL Video Lesson 5

Demonstrates American Sign Language by following the deaf members of the Robinson family through everyday life. Segments in Lesson 5--Softball Game--include: Waiting for Brian; At first base; and Last inning! Includes a variety of reviews to reinforce the signs. Features a special segment on grammar and rules (singular and plural classifiers) and Deaf history and culture (Gallaudet University). Partially captioned and narrated.

Media Details

Runtime: 1 hours 6 minutes 43 seconds

Request a DVD
Members Only - Apply Now
Block letters A, S, L have the American flag across them. They appear over a C, G, I background of water and a blue sky with white clouds.
ASL Video Lessons
Episode 1
1 hours 4 minutes 19 seconds
Grade Level: All -
Man with a brown sport coat uses sign language in front of a bookshelf and a framed document. Caption. "And that's why this is his name sign."
ASL Video Lessons
Episode 2
1 hours 31 minutes 25 seconds
Grade Level: All -
Man wearing a denim shirt and red necktie uses sign language in a classroom with a green chalkboard with a clock face drawn on it. Caption. "When you wake up, stretch, get up in the morning."
ASL Video Lessons
Episode 3
1 hours 4 minutes 53 seconds
Grade Level: All -
Bronze statue of an older man with a large collared coat sitting with his arm around a young girl wearing a dress. Caption. "Gallaudet excitedly met with Alice."
ASL Video Lessons
Episode 4
1 hours 15 minutes 37 seconds
Grade Level: All -
Woman with medium-length blonde hair in a white and gray striped sweater uses sign language in front a green marbled background. Caption. "All of those represent 1 thing."
ASL Video Lessons
Episode 5
1 hours 6 minutes 43 seconds
Grade Level: All -

Viewer Comments

  • Tiny default profile photo
    Dorothy S. (Ellicott City, MD)
    January 13th, 2017 at 06:28 PM

    Very suitable for new learners.