Class Overview

American Sign Language - Level 2 | Seattle Central College - Continuing Education

Practice American Sign Language and improve your skills.

Continue building upon the American Sign Language skills that you learned in our Level 2 course (or comparable level).

During this intermediate class, expand your American Sign Language vocabulary and cultural skills in order to communicate more effectively.

Improve your understanding of narrative structure and movement agreement, including positions and actions.

Explore role shift variations and
types of classifiers in themes like incidents with the use of vehicles, dialogues about money
and transactions, and explaining game rules.

Enjoy being a part of a community of learners while improving your ASL communication skills!

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion, learners should be able to understand, identify, and express:

• targeted, context-specific commands, questions, and statements in American Sign Language
• a broader base of ASL vocabulary including daily activities, physical and
personality descriptions, time, age, number signs and ASL idioms
• appropriate use of ASL grammar including classifiers and spatial organization
• general historical, etymological, linguistic and cultural aspects of ASL and
American Deaf community

Who Should Take this Class?

  • Students who have previously completed our Level 2 class
  • Anyone with intermediate American Sign Language skills, including comfort with fingerspelling and basic signs

Session Details

  • Class ID: 6260
  • Instructor: Buck Rogers
  • When: 10 Saturdays; 4/6/19-6/8/19; 12:30 PM-2:30 PM
  • Total Number of Hours: 20
  • Where: Broadway Edison Building, Room 4168; 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
  • Fee: $219
  • Additional Notes: PREREQUISITE: Continuing ASL student or instructor's permission.
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