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American Sign Language 2: High School Level – Monday – Full Year – 30 Weeks – Grades 8 – 12

Monday, September 11 2023 @ 1:00PM Monday, June 24 2024 @ 2:30PM EDT


Alli Fisher

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8 – 12

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1:00PM – 2:30PM (ET)


Full Year 2023-2024

AP / Honors / NCAA Approved

NCAA Approved Course


Monday, September 11 2023 @ 1:00PM EDT
Monday, June 24 2024 @ 2:30PM EDT
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Are your students ready to move on to advanced ASL concepts and become fluent signers? This is the class for them! We’ll be taking what we know about ASL and building on it to help students communicate fluently with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. If your students have been frustrated at the lack of progress in understanding how to sign, this course will strengthen their receptive skills and their expression skills so that they’ll be signing with the best! 

This class is an advanced course based on completion of ASL Level 1 or one year of previous structured ASL learning. The goal of this course is signing fluency, so classes will build toward being held completely in ASL by the end of the last term. 

The curriculum parallels what we know about language development and second language learning. We focus on introducing language in context and reinforcing what is learned by engaging you into various interactive activities. A conversational curriculum requires you to be an active learner. You need to come prepared to sign with me and other classmates.  

To complete Signing Naturally Units 7-12. That being said, the schedule is subject to change, based on the progression of the class.  

By the end of this course, students should be fairly fluent in use of ASL. 

** NOTE:  Most states and colleges accept ASL as a Foreign Language; however, some do not. Please verify with your state/college you are interested in if they will accept ASL as a Foreign Language credit.

This course is worth 1 Foreign Language or Elective High School Credit.

NOTE: This class must reach the minimum of five students by August 20th to run. If we do not reach this minimum, parents will be notified via email.

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