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Congratulations!

We’re so excited for you that you’ve taken the step to learn ASL.

How to get the course that you pre-paid at the library:

1. Click on the green button above or here. You’ll see your course in the cart. 

2. Enter coupon code ASLONLINE

3. Click “proceed to checkout” and follow the prompts. You may be asked to set up an account.

Class dates in-person & online:

Time: 6:00pm – 7:15pm
Wednesdays

October 5
October 12
October 19
October 26
November 9

Set your alarm to show up. You don’t want to miss out.

Sign Language will be a joy to learn.

Let’s help you start signing and achieve your dream!

Have you ever wanted to learn another language but didn’t have time?

 

Then join us for our Pre-Party to ask us anything.

 

⬇️  ⬇️  Take a peek at what you’ll learn in our full ASL Course.  ⬇️  ⬇️

Is Sign Language for me?

Is the ASL Course Right For Me?

YES – If you’ve always wanted to learn American Sign Language and can’t wait to finally get started!
YES – If you want to reach a comfortable conversational level of ASL and see progress right away.
YES – If you want to refresh your ASL skills and perfect your ASL grammar.
YES – If you want to get a better understanding of Deaf culture.
YES – If you enjoy learning online and don’t have the time or money to sit in a classroom or spend on expensive tuition.
YES – If you want to learn ASL as your foreign language (great for homeschoolers).
YES – If you are a teacher looking for a curriculum for your students.
YES – If you want to go at your own pace and have a place to review as often as needed.
YES – If you are a teacher wanting to communicate with your deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
YES – If you are a parent with a child needing sign language.
YES – If you have a friend at work, church, or the community you want to have conversations with.
YES – If you eventually want to become an ASL interpreter – Our course will more than prepare you to take that step.

How Can Sign Language Benefit You?

Benefits of Learning Sign Language

  • Enhance career opportunities
  • Communicating in noisy areas-large crowd
  • Communicating at a distance
  • Communicating through a window
  • Communicate while your throat hurts too much to talk
  • Understanding your baby/grandchild’s needs
  • Expanding and challenging your mind
  • Learning a new language
  • Refresh what you already know
  • Communicating privately in public
  • Still communicate while sick or after surgery
  • Communicating with the deaf or hard of hearing
  • You or a family member is losing the ability to hear
See Level 1 Course Topics

Level 1: Learn ASL in 60 Days Topics

 

Format: No books are required. You’ll want to be able to download weekly PDFs.
Plan for approximately 30 minutes daily. If you miss a day, come back when you can.
You’ll be able to check your knowledge with self-guided quizzes and tests.
Review lessons as often as you need to practice areas you want to strengthen.

Level 1 Topics:
-History
-Modes
-Hand shapes
-ABCs
-New vocabulary each week
-Numbers 1-30
-Facial expressions
-Yes/No questions
– WH Questions
-Fingerspell
-Non-manual/facial expressions
-Parameters
-Personification
-Pronouns
-Possessive
-Negation
-Syntax
-Suffix, prefix, adverbs
-Introduce yourself in sign language
-Get a deaf person’s attention
-Meet a deaf person
-And yes, there’s more….

See Level 2 Course Topics

Level 2: Learn ASL in 60 Days Topics

 

Format: No books are required. You’ll want to be able to download weekly PDFs.
Plan for approximately 30 minutes daily. If you miss a day, come back when you can.
You’ll be able to check your knowledge with self-guided quizzes and tests.
Review lessons as often as you need to practice areas you want to strengthen.

Level 2 Topics:
-Classifiers
-Time/Clock
-Time
-Time with space
-Age
-Noun/Verb Pairs
-Directional Verbs
-RH Questions (Rhetorical)
-Surrogate/Token Space
-Eye Gaze
-Initialization
-Inflections
-Turn Taking
-Lexical Signs

-Numbers: 30-99
-Numbers: 10s, 100s, 1000s
-Numbers: Address/Phone
-Numbers: Ordinal/Cardinal
-Numbers: Listing
-Numbers Money
-Gesturing
-Role Shifting
-Deaf Culture: Music
-Deaf Culture: Phone Calls
-Deaf Culture: Doctor Visits
-Deaf Culture: Cochlear/Hearing Aids
-Deaf Culture: Driving

Your Sign Language Success Plan:

 

Click the button to begin exploring sign language.

1. Check your email.

2. Mark your calendar.

3. Join each meet-up on Facebook.

Start enjoying learning sign language with us.

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