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American Sign Language Level-II: Beyond the Basics
In this six week course students will learn the basics of translating from English to ASL, build on their sign vocabulary and start using ASL grammar in their signing.
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$17 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
50 minutes per class
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This is an actual language course with the goal of the student to gain skills in understanding and using American Sign Language. It's a fun class that includes games, activities and online practice exercises and gives each student resources to use both during the class and afterwards as well. This is a second level American Sign Language course. It builds on the basics of vocabulary and grammar covered in an ASL-I course, so some knowledge of sign language is helpful. Topics covered...
Students in this class will broaden their knowledge of American Sign Language vocabulary and gain an introductory knowledge of translating English into ASL grammatical order.
I received my A.S. degree in American Sign Language from American River College in Sacramento, CA. I worked in the Deaf community as the full-time Program Director at the Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Aspen, CO and also taught ASL-I and ASL-II at Union College in Lincoln, NE for five years.
Each week students will be given a handout of signs to practice and access to online games and practice activities. There is no prescribed amount of time for homework, I just encourage students to practice as much as they can each week.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Student progression will be informally assessed each week through quizzes and quiz games. Emphasis is on progress, not letter grades.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Brett HadleyProfessor Brett
4 total reviews
11 completed classes
Hello! For 20 years I've been teaching people to excel in the creative arts and languages including American Sign Language, Theatre, Digital Filmmaking, Photography and Mobile Media Filmmaking. I have degrees in Secondary Education, American...