American Sign Language (ASL)
ASL 1 (Beginning): This class is appropriate for students with no prior knowledge of ASL or for students who know a few signs and want to learn more of the grammar and usage of ASL. It is also a great class for parents wanting to learn basic signs to use with their babies/children or for professionals wanting to learn to communicate with Deaf clients in the workplace. High school juniors and seniors may also enroll in ASL classes to earn foreign language credit.
ASL 2 (Intermediate): This course is for students who have completed ASL 1 with a B or better. We will focus on receptive skills, expressive skills, Deaf culture, and grammar rules. High school juniors and seniors may also enroll in ASL classes to earn foreign language credit.
ASL 3 (Advanced): This course builds on skills learned in ASL 1 and 2. Coursework focuses heavily on expressive skills using role-shifting, relating personal experiences, and delivering presentations in ASL. Students improve their knowledge of spatial relationships and increase their ASL vocabulary. Advanced ASL is for students who have passed ASL 1 and ASL 2 with a B or better or have demonstrable equivalent skills.
Summer Sign Practicum: This class is available for all students who have finished ASL 1 or higher. This is an opportunity for students to maintain their ASL skills throughout the summer by participating in activities and lessons to review and strengthen expressive and receptive skills.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Q: I already know the ASL alphabet and a few signs. Should I sign up for ASL 1 or ASL 2?
A: We learn the ASL alphabet the first day of ASL 1. By the end of ASL 1, you will know hundreds of ASL signs and will know the grammar rules to use them properly in sentences. If you have taken an ASL class before and think you can skip to ASL 2, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set up a time to meet with you and assess your skills. We also have parts of each unit that focus on Deaf culture, so students wanting to start with ASL 2 will also need to demonstrate knowledge of Deaf culture.
Books and Supplies
There are no books required for ASL classes. Curriculum content is online, so students will need access to a computer and have internet access to complete course requirements.
About the Class
ASL 1 • Beginning
|Aug 26 - Nov 15||M Tu Th||12:45-2:15 pm||ASLA 0101 01 LC||$189|
ASL 2 • Intermediate
|June 17 - Aug 7||M W||10-12 noon||ASLA 0102 02 LC||$149|
ASL 3 • Advanced ASL
|March 4 - June 3||M W||6-8 pm||ASLA 0103||$189|
Summer Sign Practicum
|June 20 - Aug 8||Thurs||7-8 pm||ASLA 0104 01 LC||$35|
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1301 North 600 West
Logan, UT 84321
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