As part of the "Inclusion is on US" campaign, the Office of Civil Rights is pleased to announce a 4-session series on ASL for beginners, starting Wednesday, September 04, 2019, and ending on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Participants will not only learn basic sign language and vocabulary words, but will delve into Deaf history, ASL language structure, and grammar. Attendees can either practice what they know, learn something new, or hone their skills!
Whether you have a Deaf or hard-of-hearing employee, family member, friend, colleague, are Deaf or hard of hearing yourself, or simply want to pursue a personal interest, you are welcomed to join us on:
|Wednesday||September 04||12pm to 1pm||Room 58022|
|Wednesday||September 11||12pm to 1pm||Room 58042|
|Wednesday||September 18||12pm to 1pm||Room 58042|
|Tuesday||September 24||12pm to 1pm||Room 58022|
Space is limited to 20 people per session. We ask all interested participants to be available and willing to attend all four sessions. Please contact Francisco Roman vie email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, to reserve your place. The first 20 emails from those who commit to all four sessions will be accepted. Others will be wait-listed for the next class. Questions about this program or ASL may be directed to Francisco at the email cited above or by calling ext. 2-5691.
American Sign Language (ASL) is a complete, complex language that employs signs made by moving the hands combined with facial grammar and body language. It is the primary language of the Deaf and is one of several communication options used by the Deaf and/or hard-of-hearing. Our skilled instructor will make learning sign language a fun and engaging experience. This program is physically accessible to people with disabilities.