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I have taught all of the elementary grade levels as well as advanced classes in both middle school reading and middle school math. Some of my former students come back to get homework help! I am good at breaking down the pieces of what yo... See more

  • education Gallaudet University
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 9 more
  • Response time in 1 hours
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Kiana Drake
from Las Vegas

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I am a current Communication major at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I have 6 years of experience with childcare and tutoring. I love being around children... See more

  • education University of Nevada - Las Vegas
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 12 more
  • Response time Very responsive
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3+ years of experience in staffing and business development. Graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelors of Science in Political Science. Knowledgeable in ASL, Public Speaking, Career Development, Resume Writing, and Policy Implem... See more

  • education Arizona State University
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 13 more
  • Response time Very responsive
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Erika Bravo
from Lawrenceville

I am a GA certified teacher, with experience teaching deaf and hard of hearing students for over 20 years. I’m also a nationally certified interpreter with RID. I have superior/superior plus American Sign Language skills as measured by the

  • education Western Oregon University
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 5 more
  • Response time in 2 hours
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Devon Keller
from Sammamish

Currently enrolled in a batchelots program of psychology with a specialization in childhood development

  • education Capella University
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 14 more
  • Response time in 2 hours
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Josh Siegel
from West Lafayette

Hi! My name is Josh Siegel and I am a Junior in Computer Science at Purdue University. I started tutoring in math in high school, and have been doing so ever since. I just completed my Math Minor (credits-wise) last Spring, and have a solid... See more

  • education Purdue University
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 33 more
  • Response time in 9 hours
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Shanda C.
from Villa Rica

Looking for someone to help you write that essay that counts for half of your grade? Want someone to proofread that book you've been writing? Need a hand formatting that big history project?
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  • education University of Georgia
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 7 more
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I'm a student at UCSD in La Jolla and have always excelled in Humanities, particularly English and writing. I love working with kids and am easy to ta... See more

  • education University of California - San D...
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 41 more
  • Response time in a day or more
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I am currently studying at the City College of the City University of New York and earning my Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with a GPA of 3.1. I graduated high school with a GPA of 4.0.
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  • education Borough of Manhattan Community C...
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 23 more
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Melinda Kimball
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  • education University of Northern Iowa
  • location Los Angeles
  • subject Sign Language + 24 more
Sign Language Tutoring

When a parent first learns that their child has any form of disability, it must feel like a huge burden. You would go any length to help your child succeed no matter what, but the difficulties added by a physical disability provide just one more obstacle on top of the many obstacles that already make growing up so difficult. If your child is deaf or hearing-impaired, just finding education can be difficult. Even learning sign language can be a massive undertaking, as the resources out there to get help are not efficiently organized to provide you all the options you need to make the proper decision on help.

Luckily, when you look for sign language tutors near me, Premier Tutoring will pop up as a great way to get involved. When you are a parent of a deaf child, the burden to learn can also be placed on you. You need a lot more than just tutoring for your child because even if they know how to communicate with signs, it means nothing if you can’t understand them and sign back. Sign language is completely different from English, so you are basically starting again from scratch with a new language. The signs often make some sort of sense to what they mean, but you still need to practice if you are going to get the proper speed to make it effective.

One thing that many parents do when they are trying to find sign language help for their child is to join along on the fun. Parents who work with their children on the signs are able to pick up the language alongside their little ones. It breeds familiarity early, as your mangled sign that might closely resemble accented speech might become familiar enough to your speaking partner that they know exactly what you mean. It might not make for a great help if you need to then translate to a stranger using signs, but it is a way that you can bond with your child.

That is the other benefit of working alongside your child, as you can really build a tight bond. When you are failing alongside them, your child will see you as equal in many ways, which can go to one side of undermining your authority, but often does more to show your child that struggling is okay and resilience is key. You can use the experience to teach good life lessons as well as the simple language lessons. Once you are both experts, you can use your newfound language to have your own secret conversations that nobody else understands, which is one of the fun added benefits that makes it more worthwhile.

A place where ASL is desperately needed is in the medical community. You might think that dealing with a deaf patient starts and ends with doctors who are trained in ASL, but there are many other steps along the way. First responders who are not trained in ASL might find themselves caught if they get stuck in a situation where they need to communicate with a deaf patient in a hurry and do not know how to get through to them.

Another interesting place that has found use for ASL is in baseball. You have probably seen the complex series of signals that a catcher throws down to his pitcher before each pitch so they are both clear on the expected break and location of the ball. In addition, first and third base coaches often use signs to tell runners to steal and to shift the infield and outfield positioning. This mostly stems from a player in the early 1900s, William “Dummy” Hoy, who was deaf. His coach relayed ball and strike calls to him after each pitch because he could not hear from the umpire. This led to the ubiquitous use of a sign language in the sport, even if it not the specific sign language that we know. Our language tutors focus on the way that you apply language practically, even if it just to tell the guy on first to steal.

For those in need of help learning the visual language, try private sign language tutoring.

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A lot of hearing people get the chance to see sign language in action on the side of the stage at certain events. At most venues, you can request a sign language interpreter for certain performances. If you have ever seen a sign language interpreter try to keep up with a particularly blue comedian, it can be twice as funny as the comedy itself. Most people think that the only reason to learn sign language is to interpret or if you have deaf people in the family, but it is also important to learn for people that want to pass it along to students. When looking for sign language tutoring near me, you will come to us because you are confident that our tutors are the best that you can find.

In finding tutors, we reach out all over the place to find people. In this specific case, finding educators can be extremely difficult because there is a scarcity of people on the planet that even know sign language. That said, sign language is actually more common than you might expect. According to data on native speakers of languages in the US, the 500,000 sign language users would likely fall somewhere around 15th among languages, sandwiched between the 580,000 that speak Polish and 450,000 that speak Japanese. With that many sign language users out there, we look for the best at passing along the language.

Even though you might be fluent in a language, that does not necessarily mean you are a great teacher, no matter what subject you focus on. In the case of sign language, patience might be the most important quality of them all. For deaf children, it is obviously important not to get frustrated, but it might be worse if you are working with their parents. Whereas children are constantly learning and adding to their brain, teaching parents can be as difficult as turning an aircraft carrier. You will make progress over time, but the whole process is going to take a while. Instead of giving up or letting them give up, great private sign language tutoring will help keep you motivated to stay the course.

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