Observe and tell a story in ASL includes video

Observe and tell a story in ASL includes video

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Activity Description

Learners will watch a story told in ASL and then answer questions to demonstrate their understanding. Learners will then write and sign their own story, using a series of storytelling tips as a guide.

Materials (optional):
  •  “Observe and tell a story in ASL” ASL video, which includes:
  •  “My Train Trip in Egypt”
  •  “Tips for being a good ASL Storyteller”


  • Smartboard
  • Intervenor (based on client’s needs)
  • Deaf Instructor (if available)
  • Assistive technology or ACC if applicable
  • Computer with internet access
  • Magazines, drawing material, or clip art
  • Paper and pen / pencil

 Support Materials Included:

 An “Optional Video outline for Instructor and Learner reference” with instructions for this Task Set in both English and ASL

“Storytelling in ASL” rubric, with examples of storytelling skills at various levels



Word File:
PDF - Practitioner's Version:
Goal Path:
Employment, Independence
Source / Author:
Literacy Link South Central
Date Added:
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Updated date: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 - 16:49
Deaf and Deaf Blind

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