American Sign Language

ASL 103 – Units 7-9

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American Sign Language (ASL) is the main method of communication used by the Deaf community in Canada and the United States. ASL is a visual-based language that is expressed by facial expressions and movements with the hands.

The prerequisites of this course are ASL 101 & 102. This course focuses on the following topics from Units 7, 8, and 9: Describing People and Things, Making Requests and Asking for Advice, and Describing Places.

This non-accredited course offers the student an opportunity to develop the communication skills needed in ASL to interact, socialize, or associate with Deaf people.

 

*Workbook is mandatory for the course and will be available the first night of class.

 

*Limit of 12 students per session – first come first serve.

*ASL 103 is equivalent to ASL 3550 (Durham College) and ASL 103 (Canadian Hearing Services).

 

 

*Next Session

TBA*

 

If you would like to be notified of the next session of ASL 103, please email info@durhamdeaf.org.

ASL 104 – Units 10-12

American Sign Language (ASL) is the main method of communication used by the Deaf community in Canada and the United States. ASL is a visual-based language that is expressed by facial expressions and movements with the hands.

The prerequisites of this course are ASL 101, 102 & 103. This course focuses on the following topics from Units 10, 11, and 12: Giving Opinions about Others, Discussing Plans and Goals, and Storytelling and Fables.

This non-accredited course offers the student an opportunity to develop the communication skills needed in ASL to interact, socialize, or associate with Deaf people.

 

*Workbook used in ASL 103 is used for ASL 104.

 

*Limit of 12 students per session – first come first serve.

 

 

*Next Session

TBA*

 

If you would like to be notified of the next session of ASL 104, please email info@durhamdeaf.org.

REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION

Registration will not be confirmed until payment has been received.

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

Full refunds will be issued before classes begin. There will be a $30 cancellation fee if the student withdraws before the 3rd class and no refunds will be issued after the 3rd class.

DVDs and Workbooks are non-refundable.

PREREQUISITE COURSES

A prerequisite means a course that a student must have completed with a satisfactory grade prior to enrolling in the next level course. For prerequisite courses completed elsewhere, a certificate showing completion and passing of the course must be produced.

Durham Deaf Services

900 King Street East
Oshawa, Ontario L1H 1H2
Phone: (905) 579-3328 Voice/Text
Fax: (905) 728-1183                                            Email: info@durhamdeaf.org

Office Hours:
Mon - Thurs
8:30 - 4:30
​Fri - Sun: closed

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