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American Sign Language is designed to introduce a visual-gestural language used by the Deaf Community in Canada and the United States. Students will focus on the basic conversational skills, emphasizing receptive and expressive abilities. The courses stress a functional/notional approach, and give practice for visual/gestural communication followed by comprehension skills and grammatical structures. Communicative competence in ASL ultimately depends on one's capabilities to satisfactorily progress through structured activities in a series of ASL courses. The content for the courses in ASL is broken into introduction, sign production, extended comprehension, interaction, and breakaways, which include team-building, facial expression, visualization, command, and finger spelling.

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the page for the association of American Sign Language teachers

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uses animated gifs to display sign for words, numbers and expressions. It's organized in a dictionary-style format

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another dictionary style way to see video clips of American Sign Language words.

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useful video clips on how to sign different words. Presented in a dictionary format.

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Teachers, parents, and students praise this classic K-12 environmental education program used internationally. Project WILD instructors have taught thousands of Canadian students from kindergarten through high school — and more than 85,000 Canadian educators can't be wrong!

With the interdisciplinary Project WILD Activity Guide, you’ll explore topics from what types of habitats migrating birds need to make it to their wintering grounds to how new fishing technologies have affected fish populations. The guide features 121 complete lesson plans about wildlife and the environment that can each be adapted for any age, grade or subject.

Since 1984, Project WILD has been a model for WILD Education programs in Canada. It is brought to you under agreement with the U.S. Council for Environmental Education.

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The Council of Outdoor Educators of Ontario (COEO) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that promotes safe and high quality outdoor education experiences for people of all ages. It also acts as a professional body for outdoor educators in the province of Ontario. These aims are achieved through publishing Pathways: The Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education as well as an electronic newsletter, running an annual conference and regional workshops, maintaining this web site, and working with kindred organizations as well as government agencies.

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Ontario Society for Environmental Education

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Every flu season, Americans battle coughs, fevers and body aches. The flu is a respiratory illness caused by a virus, a pathogen that causes disease in the human body. To understand how the flu is caught, spread and treated, Duke University's Katia Koelle explains the biology of a virus and how it is transmitted. "Science Behind the News" is produced in partnership with NBC Learn.

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DNA contains the genetic code used by all known living organisms. It also contains historical information, because it collects “mistakes,” called mutations, over time. DNA is a building block too--it has the ability to self-assemble into complex structures.

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