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Sign up for ASL classes TODAY, class starts first week of February.

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ASL 1 Feb 2021
Starts Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
Maximum 15 participants
Age 16+ (please contact for special consideration)
10 weekly sessions
11:00am to 12:00pm EST
$150 ​(no refund)
You will have an unique opportunity to understand Deaf Culture
Build confidence to express proper ASL grammar
Gain ability to ask simple questions and follow short, simple responses Work on receptive skills is key in learning
Topics covered: ​Facial expressions & body language, Numbers 1 – 100, ABCs, Colors, Pronouns, Everyday Phrases, People, Food…

ASL 1 YOUTH Feb 2021
Starts Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021
Maximum 15 participants
Age 12-18 (please contact for special consideration)
10 weekly sessions4:00pm to 5:00pm EST$150 ​(no refund)
You will have an unique opportunity to understand Deaf Culture
Build confidence to express proper ASL grammar
Gain ability to ask simple questions and follow short, simple responses Work on receptive skills is key in learning
Topics covered: ​Facial expressions & body language, Numbers 1 – 100, ABCs, Colors, Pronouns, Everyday Phrases, People, Food…

ASL 2 Feb 2021 (have taken ASL 1)
Starts Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021
Maximum 15 participants
Age 16+ (please contact for special consideration)10 weekly sessions11:00am to 12:00pm EST $150 ​(no refund)You will be able to have dialogue from 1st class
Have better practice for your receptive skills and fingerspelling
Can initiate and respond to simple statements on very familiar topics
Learn everyday expressions aimed at the satisfaction of simple needs
Topics covered: Topics covered: Around the house, Clothing, Personal Hygiene, Animals, Sports…

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