Using Sign Language in the Classroom

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Sign language benefits which type of learners?

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1. What is a kinesthetic learner?

2. How can teachers use sign language to engage all learners on a daily basis?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test and assess what you know about the benefits of using sign language for the classroom in this quiz and worksheet. Discover the types of learners who can benefit, how to add it to the classroom and how it helps the class as a whole.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet were designed to help you review:

  • Which students can benefit from sign language
  • How teachers can use sign language to engage students daily
  • How sign language helps with classroom management

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - revisit what you know about using sign language in the classroom to answer questions about how it helps students
  • Information recall - see if you can remember how teachers can bring sign language into their classroom daily
  • Making connections - understand how the use of sign language in the classroom can help with classroom management

Additional Learning

Need to review more about the use of sign language in the classroom? Check out the provided lesson, Using Sign Language in the Classroom. The lesson covers:

  • Controlling the classroom with hands over voice
  • How a kinesthetic learner benefits from sign language
  • Different learning styles
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