Learn the English Alphabet as Easy as A, B, C! – Amy Lynn Hess
What you’ll learn
Pronounce long and short American English vowel sounds.
Pronounce hard and soft American English consonant sounds.
Recite the English alphabet.
Learn numbers 1 – 10.
Use the American Sign Language Alphabet!
Print each letter of the English alphabet in both upper and lower cases.
Learn English vocabulary words to help with each letter’s pronunciation.
- No special knowledge or software is required, but a pair of headphones is suggested.
This is a course for students who want to begin learning the English alphabet with American English pronunciations. Each letter of the alphabet gets special attention in individual video lessons that present picture dictionary placards with specially chosen vocabulary words to help students learn each of the letters’ sounds. Each placard includes the Chinese, Spanish, French, German, and Russian equivalents of the vocabulary words, and the complete picture dictionary is available for download within the course! Additionally, each letter’s video includes the American Sign Language icon for that letter and the upper and lower case print versions of that letter. Numbers 1 – 10 are included throughout and as an added review lesson.
Who this course is for:
- This course is appropriate for students who want to begin learning the English alphabet and American English pronunciation.
- The vocabulary is appropriate for all ages.
STUDENT FEEDBACK AND REVIEWS
Mackenzy John S.J. Bongalon: I was expecting colorful pictures that would attract my 2 year old grandson. Some words we’re high sounding that does attract the this 2 year old child.
Soon Kheng, Chan: The course materials are very well developed and the instructor speaks clearly.
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Amy Lynn Hess
Amy Lynn Hess is an Atlanta area poet, painter, potter, publisher, professor, and dramaturg. She holds a B.S. in Theatre and Interpretation from Central Michigan University, an M.A. in Theatre History and Criticism from Ohio University, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. She has published three chapbooks of poetry and a textbook about sentence diagramming, and she is the editor-in-chief for her small poetry publishing company, Gypsy Daughter. She has been an English and General Education Professor since March of 2008, having previously held jobs as an administrative assistant, bookkeeper, sales clerk and product expert at an art supply store, librarian, high school teacher, tutor, properties manager, costumer, make-up artist, and managing director at a non-profit playhouse.
You can read more of Amy Lynn’s work on her blog, Gypsy Daughter Essays.
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