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Continuing Education

American Sign Language II

Dates:June 3 - August 5, 2024
Meets:6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location:CE Main Campus 325
Cost: $199.00

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This course will improve your newly acquired signing skills, continue the development of your sign vocabulary and everyday phrases, and further your signing with confidence. You will engage in class activities designed to challenge and develop your current skills. You will continue to develop your knowledge of the Deaf Community, culture, and history. You will have the opportunity to communicate with members of the Deaf Community in a social environment. Prerequisite: Must have completed ASL I or equivalent, have knowledge of fingerspelling, casual conversation, and a vocabulary of at least 250 signs.

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Required Textbooks: Learning American Sign Language; ISBN# 0-205-27553-2. Textbook can be purchased from Barnes & Noble or Amazon.
Fee: $199.00
Hours:20.00
CEUs:2.00

For promotional discount use code DISC2022

CE Main Campus 325

Cassandra Ammons

Cassandra M. Ammons is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the American Sign Language (ASL) Instructor at Clayton State University, Continuing and Professional Education (CaPE). She graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a BA in Accounting and received her Certification in The ASL Immersion Training Program for Interpreters from Floyd College. Cassandra finds gratification in taking her students on a journey through any subject, watching them grasp the information, complete the course feeling confident, and wanting to continue the learning experience.

Cassandra Ammons

Cassandra M. Ammons is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the American Sign Language (ASL) Instructor at Clayton State University, Continuing and Professional Education (CaPE). She graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a BA in Accounting and received her Certification in The ASL Immersion Training Program for Interpreters from Floyd College. Cassandra finds gratification in taking her students on a journey through any subject, watching them grasp the information, complete the course feeling confident, and wanting to continue the learning experience.

Cassandra Ammons

Cassandra M. Ammons is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the American Sign Language (ASL) Instructor at Clayton State University, Continuing and Professional Education (CaPE). She graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a BA in Accounting and received her Certification in The ASL Immersion Training Program for Interpreters from Floyd College. Cassandra finds gratification in taking her students on a journey through any subject, watching them grasp the information, complete the course feeling confident, and wanting to continue the learning experience.
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