American Sign Language I
6 sessions, 15 hours
Learn the basic conversational skills used in American Sign Language. Topics include basic grammar structure related to the exchange of personal information, introductions, negotiation with the environment, calendar, and commands. Learn basic survival signs through demonstration. Students practice what is covered in class. This course uses a textbook: A Basic Course in American Sign Language (ISBN 978-0932666420) which will be available for purchase in the FCC bookstore. This textbook is used in both ASL I and ASL II.
Instructor: Martha B. Pugh holds a master’s degree in Secondary Deaf Education from Gallaudet University and a bachelor’s degree in English Education from Boston University. She has over 20 years of experience in teaching Introductory ASL classes. Martha has also been working as an ASL interpreter for elementary, secondary, and post secondary schools for the past 22 years. She enjoys sharing her love
of ASL with all ages.
FOR300 American Sign Language I
5-Digit Number: 17050
Mondays • 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. • 2/11 – 3/18
Location: Student Center/H217
Tuition: $40.00 + Fee: $129.00 = Total: $169.00