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30 Story Sequencing Pictures Bundle (download only)

£25.00

30 Story Sequencing Pictures for Language Extension Practice

  1. The Broken Car
  2. Tom’s 18th birthday
  3. New House
  4. At the bank
  5. On a train
  6. Going to a restaurant
  7. Going on a picnic
  8. Job Interview Day
  9. Horse riding
  10. I’m lost and need directions
  11. Valentines Day
  12. A day in hospital
  13. Learning to drive
  14. School reunion
  15. Meeting up with family 
  1. Alex goes to meet Marie’s family
  2. First pet
  3. At the doctors
  4. On a plane
  5. In the park
  6. First day at school
  7. On the beach
  8. First day at a new job
  9. Taking the dog for a walk
  10. Shopping
  11. Snowing
  12. My new kitchen
  13. Designing a new garden
  14. Surprise holiday
  15. The broken leg

You also receive

A zip file containing

  1. Sample story pdf script to use with the 4 part picture sequencing stories.

  2. Sample story pdf script to use with the 6 part picture sequencing stories. 

These are digital files which are sent as a zip file attachment upon purchase. 

Images are in a jpg format. 

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Choose the right course for YOU

Sonia Hollis

If you are a beginner 

We recommend starting with the Everyday Essential British Sign Language (L1) which will hold you by the hand and take you through step by step so you can build up your confidence and conversational skills in BSL. 
 

Once you have these foundations in place then we recommend to add on BSL Storytelling of Real Life Situations (L1).  This will extend your knowledge about more grammatical elements of BSL, using our 4 part picture sequence stories as a prompt.  

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If you already know BSL

If you already have a foundation in BSL and can hold a conversation quite easily then we would recommend starting with both the Everyday Essential British Sign Language (L2) and also BSL Storytelling of Real Life Situations (L1 & L2) 

Interested in American Sign Language? 

American Sign Language has it’s own grammatical structure and is different to British Sign Language. We often have students wishing to learn both.  The package for you here would be our Everyday Essential American Sign Language (L1) 
 

Introduction and How to Complete the Course

Sonia Hollis

 

My name is Sonia Hollis and I’m a qualified Sign Language interpreter. Learn Sign Language Ltd was set up due to the huge demand for people wanting to learn sign language online. 

 

Throughout the course there will be multiple choice questions to answer which tests your sign language receptive skills.

 

The course content is designed to be taken at your own pace, where you have 12 months access in order to complete it. However, as a guide, the content is designed similarly to a class based environment where you are taught 2 hours per week. This allows for pausing of videos and practising in between.

 

You will need to watch each whole video before you are able to mark it as complete, which then allows you to move onto the next video.  There is a prompt button to guide you through and show when you can click on “complete lesson”.

 

If you have any questions, you are able to contact Sonia directly on sonia@learnsignlanguage.co.uk

Sonia Hollis

Sonia Hollis

Sonia Hollis is a hearing British Sign Language Interpreter based in Northamptonshire.

She works freelance as an interpreter for various sign language agencies covering various settings such as medical, education, social services and community interpreting.

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