Basic Conversational ASL 101 Virtual Class

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Basic Conversational ASL 101 Virtual Class

Have you always wanted to learn ASL? Are you curious about the Deaf Culture? Here's your chance! Learn with us!

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Interpretek is excited to offer classes teaching American Sign Language and Deaf Culture! All of our classes are taught by Deaf instructors, ensuring authentic and native exposure to the language and culture.

In this introductory course, students will learn the American Sign Language alphabet, fingerspelling, basic number production, and simple grammatical structures. Students will learn about ways to introduce themselves and how to exchange some personal information. They will also be exposed to Deaf Culture and begin to learn about norms of the Deaf Community. There are a lot of fun activities and games throughout this course, and it is a great way to get started on your journey to learning ASL!

This course covers Units 1 and 2 in the book Signing Naturally Units 1-6. You will need to purchase this book prior to our class starting.

The classes meet once a week for 90 minutes via Zoom and will run for 10 weeks. (Zoom links will be provided after registration.)

ASL class starting at 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM WEDNESDAYS January 11th

January 11

January 18

January 25

February 1

February 8

February 15

February 22

March 1

March 8

March 15

We look forward to the opportunity to share our knowledge and expertise with our friends, neighbors, and community!

Note: These courses teach basic communication skills in American Sign Language; therefore, completion of these courses do not guarantee a certain level proficiency or mastery in American Sign Language. It is not an equivalent to any State or National certification requirements, licensing requirements, college-level coursework, or other credentialing requirements. Furthermore, it is not intended to qualify any individual as a sign language interpreter, ASL instructor, teacher of the Deaf, or any other field requiring advanced levels of proficiency in ASL.