Sign Language (Phase II)
Sign Language (Phase II)

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Students will learn to learn proper greetings and farewells in ASL • To introduce yourself and others • To learn basic ASL sentence structure • To ask and answer questions • To learn how to interact appropriately with Deaf people • To learn the role of facial expressions and non-manual signals


Northside Afterschool Enrichment Programs

Badge Type: knowledge

Expected Duration: 12 hours


  1. [required] Student can communicate a greeting and respond to a greeting effectively at least 2 different ways in sign language
  2. [required] Student can describe at least 2 things that are important to remember in regards to deaf culture and diversity.
  3. [required] Student can introduce a friend
  4. [required] Student can maintain eye contact while communicating in sign language
  5. [required] Student can maintain appropriate facial expressions to help convey meaning while having a conversation in sign language
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