American Sign Language
American Sign Language (ASL) is one of the most-studied languages in American universities and is the third-most-used language in the U.S. Learning ASL opens doors of opportunity for careers in interpretation services, makes communication possible with those in the deaf community and extends the reach of client services in health care, legal services and education.
ASL classes at Wake Tech are taught by both hearing and deaf instructors and make use of a video-based curriculum.
Looking for a private class for your group? We can tailor our courses to meet the unique needs of your business, church, civic or social group.
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American Sign Language ICOM-3709B2
Master the basics of speaking and understanding American Sign Language (ASL) in part one of the four-part ASL series. In this course you'll learn the manual alphabet, including numbers, develop conversation skills, and learn about culturally appropriate behaviors. Students s...
American Sign Language IVCOM-3709E2
Achieve advanced fluency and accuracy in American Sign Language in part four of the ASL series. Lessons cover recognition and demonstration of advanced grammar in ASL, as well as cultural norms for conversation and story-telling. Students are expected to participate in socia...
Discover Sign Language IISEF-3001AAE
Learn to build phrases and sentences with the vocabulary you used in Discover Sign Language 1, as well as some new vocabulary. You will practice phrases and sentences by recording your own signing and uploading them for review. Not only that, but you will also continue to ex...
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