Carrollton: American Sign Language (ASL) II
Dates: March 25 - April 22, 2021
Meets: Th from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (No Class on 4/8)
Registration Fee: $110.00
In American Sign Language II, participants will continue their study of manual communication and deaf culture. Participants will learn more signs, practice finger-spelling, and exercise ASL grammar and vocabulary skills in order to better express ideas. This course is instructed by Aleah Brock, M.Ed., CCC-SLP (UWG Faculty).
Course Objectives are as follows:
1) Demonstrate receptive and expressive ASL skills on a beginner/intermediate level,
using ASL grammatical structures and storytelling conventions
2) Identify characteristics of manual communication and Deaf culture
3) Reflect continued learning of American Sign Language
Please note: This course is designed for participants with prior exposure and experience using ASL. Suggested prerequisites are as follows:
*Beginner level expressive and receptive fingerspelling skills
*Beginner level expressive and receptive sign vocabulary (200-300 words)
*Beginner level understanding of ASL grammatical structures
Suggested Resource (Not Required):
The American Sign Language Phrase Book, 3rd Edition
Fant, L. (2011). The American Sign Language Phrase Book, 3rd Edition. New York: McGraw Hill.
Available on Amazon.com for approximately $16.66.
If you require additional information or clarification, please contact Erika McClain at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.839.6611.
In order to maintain social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are limiting registrations for this face-to-face I course. At this time, the maximum number of students in Spring 2021 will be 11 and masks will be required in class. Please add your name to the waiting list if/when the 11 course slots are filled.
Effective July 15, 2020, USG institutions, including UWG, will require all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where six feet of social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use will be in addition to, and is not a substitute for, social distancing. Anyone not using a face covering when required will be asked to wear one or must leave the area. Repeated refusal to comply with the requirement may result in discipline through the applicable conduct code for faculty, staff, or students. Reasonable accommodations may be made for those who are unable to wear a face covering for documented health reasons. Our goal with all guidelines and practices is to build a culture of mutual respect among members of the UWG community.
UWG Employees, please select the billing option and contact Continuing Education for assistance with an internal transfer if your department will be paying for your registration.
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Aleah BrockAleah Brock is an instructor and clinical supervisor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at the University of West Georgia. Aleah completed her bachelor's degree in communication disorders at Auburn University and her master's degree in speech language pathology at The University of West Georgia. She previously worked as a speech language pathologist at the Georgia School for the Deaf and is fluent in American Sign Language. She has also worked in the hospital and home health care settings with adult and geriatric populations.
Currently, Aleah serves as an Early Intervention Specialist for Georgia PINES SKI-HI program, where she provides in-home services focused on language development with deaf/hard-of-hearing children from birth to three. Aleah holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), and is licensed as a speech language pathologist in the state of Georgia. Her clinical and research interests are primarily focused on the speech and language development of Deaf children, both spoken and signed. In her free time (when she has it), she enjoys music, reading, college football, and spending time with her children. Aleah is currently working toward her PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Georgia, with research focusing on factors that contribute to early language development in deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
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