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Receive personally tailored American Sign Language lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can a American Sign Language tutor help you?

General education requirements at both the high school and undergraduate levels often require students to master another language. For those who choose to pursue American Sign Language over the course of their studies, the unique nature of the subject may prove difficult. While many languages require students to master a new written system of communication, using foreign letters and characters, ASL requires students to become adept in a new form of visual communication. Adapting to the use of movement in place of verbal cues is a process that simply cannot be conveyed through a book, and impersonal online tutorials fail to provide useful interaction. For those wishing to improve their skills outside of the classroom, American Sign Language tutoring may be the best option. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with ASL tutors throughout the country, helping you build the knowledge to be successful in this challenging language.

While American Sign Language is, inherently, not foreign, it still bears many of the characteristics of languages outside of English. While some foreign studies highlight the use of different emphases and intonations, American Sign Language demands a focus on gesticulation and facial expression. Integrating your understanding of spoken English vocabulary, ASL phrases, and expressive behaviors can pose a challenge to becoming fluent in the language. The only truly effective way to master the dynamic aspects of American Sign Language is through interpersonal engagement, and private ASL tutoring can provide this.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Emily
The student and I worked on his study guide for his Mandarin test tomorrow. We were able to go through the whole thing with very little problem. He knows the material very well, and his speaking skill is excellent. We did get a chance to focus on pinyin as well, and help clear up some confusion for him. For a beginning student, he is doing great; we just need to continue to work on pinyin and distinguishing specific sounds.
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Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Xinjie
Last week I assigned the student homework with ten questions. This week I checked her homework and she got everything right. Also, I asked to her to count 1-10 in Chinese and read all the Pinyins I've taught and she had no problem doing it. Also, when I asked her to translate animal words and other things to me, she had no problem with it. I was impressed.
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Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Scott
We spent more time reviewing lessons 1, 2 and 3 to make sure the student had a good grasp of that content before moving on. I gave him translations from English to Chinese and vice versa, and we worked on pronunciation a little bit.
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Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Leila
The student is a very good student who likes to ask questions. The student and I reviewed the material from previous lessons and discussed new materials for two lessons. The student also did completed practice problems for the new lessons.
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Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Tina
Reviewed counting, days of the week, month , year. Had him translate some conversations into Japanese. Practiced the first 35 hiragana by writing them to reinforce learned vocabulary.
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Online American Sign Language Tutoring review by Kerilyn
Today we started with a conversation about school, the weather, clothes, and food. We then segued into talking about leisure activities and things she likes and doesn't like to do. The student is continuing to show great improvement in her ability to hold a conversation without resorting to speaking. Her vocabulary is increasing which assists her in being able to talk about a wide variety of subjects. I did a lot of fingerspelling and gesturing to show her new signs today, instead of speaking the word, and she did well with picking them up.
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