Class Overview

American Sign Language 2 Photo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

Continue learning American Sign Language (ASL) in part two of our intensive series.

Learn more signs and everyday phrases to assist in conversation in this twice-weekly interactive class!

Learn more basic expressions that Deaf people use while exploring Deaf culture in the United States.

This is a perfect and practical course for those who wish to improve ASL skills at a faster pace.

Please see the Textbooks and Supplies page on this website to find out about recommended materials for you to bring this class.



Learning Outcomes

• Learn practical sign vocabulary, everyday expressions and basic idioms
• Develop simple yet strong conversational skills with essential sign vocabulary and expressions
• Learn more facial expressions
• Explore Deaf culture in the United States
• Identify basic ASL grammar

Who Should Take this Class?

This class is for students who studied ASL for one quarter or equivalent, who wish to learn the language at a faster pace and/or who would like to obtain robust basic ASL conversational skills.

Session Details

  • Class ID: 6281
  • Instructor: Amanda Layton
  • When: 8 Tuesdays and Thursdays; 2/11-3/5, 6-8:30 PM
  • Total Number of Hours: 16
  • Where: Broadway Edison Building, Room 4168; 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
  • Fee: $219