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Course Curriculum

Course Curriculum

Introduction
Introduction FREE 00:01:00
The Golden Age of Deaf Education 00:11:00
The Age of Oralism 00:09:00
The Alphabet
Letters A-J 00:07:00
Letters K-Z 00:07:00
Numbers
Numbers 1-20 00:05:00
Numbers 21-29 00:04:00
Numbers 30-99 00:03:00
Colors
Colors 00:08:00
Sentence Practice – Colors 00:03:00
Animals
Animal Signs – Part 1 00:10:00
Animal Signs – Part 2 00:10:00
Sentence Practice – Animals 00:02:00
Family
Signs for Family 00:09:00
Sentence Practice – Family 00:02:00
Food and Drink
Food and Drink – Part 1 00:09:00
Food and Drink – Part 2 00:12:00
Sentence Practice – Food and Drink 00:01:00
Your First Story 00:03:00
Verbs
Verb Signs – Part 1 00:06:00
Verb Signs – Part 2 00:06:00
Sentence Practice – Verbs 00:01:00
Emotions
Emotions 00:05:00
Your Second Story 00:11:00
Conclusion
Conclusion 00:01:00

American Sign Language (ASL) Course

4.8( 7 REVIEWS )
590 STUDENTS
$ 199.00
American Sign Language (ASL) Course

Description

American Sign Language (ASL) is a beautiful and rich language used in the United States and Canada. Use a complex system of expressive manual signs and facial expressions and develop confidence and knowledge and communicate effectively and smoothly.

  • Learning outcome
  • Learn the American sign language alphabet
  • Understand fingerspelling and naming practice
  • Grasp the importance of ASL.
  • Learn sign language greetings, conversations and how to respond
  • Learn how to undertake dialogue with subtitles and voice over

Requirements

  • Learners will need regular access to a computer with an internet connection.
  • High speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) is highly recommended for the optimal learning experience.
  • This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds.
  • Why should I take this course?
  • 2.5+ hours of high-quality e-learning content.
  • Course completion certificate.
  • American Sign Language is becoming increasingly important in international academic encounters, as more deaf academics from countries with different sign languages study and use them in the United States.
  • Achieve an age-appropriate internal language as a basis for opportunities for academic achievement.
  • Develop a positive image and cultural identity, giving access to the deaf community.

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