American Sign Language Lifelong Learning Class

American Sign Language

Class Number | CED.1051.M01

Section | 63633

Class Details

Date & Time

This class is full - stay tuned for future dates!

Class meets for six consecutive Thursdays.

February 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, & 25

6pm - 7:30pm

Cost

$20 per person

Location

Online via Zoom (10 spots)

Face-to-Face on the Mt. Pleasant Campus (20 spots)

Class Description

In this class, students will be taught American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary and grammatical structures. Students will also learn the ASL fingerspelling system, the use of gestural devices, and how to appropriately use the signing space in ASL. Participants will also learn about deaf culture in the United States.

Instructor

Dannielle Flick

Dannielle graduates this month with her BA in Family Studies and American Sign Language from Central Michigan University. Additionally, Dannielle completed her DeafBlind Intervention training through Utah State University. Her interest in sign language teaching comes in part from inclusion and access. In addition, Dannielle has worked extensively in a volunteer position helping children with special education needs and learners who benefit from applied behavior analysis. Dannielle has been using American Sign Language as a daily form of communication for over eight years.

Questions?

We'd love to answer them!

lifelonglearning@midmich.edu

(989) 386-6651
 
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