AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE FOR BEGINNERS
Deaf or Hard
of Hearing means a person cannot hear in the “normal” way, but this does not
mean there is a deficiency. It simply means we must be creative in
accomplishing certain tasks. Workforce
Solutions of Northeast State is sponsoring an eight week class in American Sign
Language (ASL) with the focus of not only learning basic to intermediate signs,
but learning to think in ASL terms allowing for proper usage. Learning correct
context and ASL order is essential to effective communication.
Upon the completion
of this “hands on” course, students will have a better understanding of Deaf
history and culture as well as up to intermediate communication skills.
Whether to simply enjoy the beauty of this visual language or to be functional
in your work or community environment, this class will give you a “hand up” and
put knowledge “at the tips of your fingers”.
Class Dates: August 27; September 3, 10, 17, 24; October 1, 8, 15
Course Hours: 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Blountville Campus, Humanities Building, Room H153
Instructor: MJ Light
Registration Deadline: August 13, 2015
Online Registration Form:
For more information, please contact Diana Harrison with Workforce Solutions at 423 354-5520 or firstname.lastname@example.org