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  • Sign Language Club
When Sep 28, 2013 08:00 AM to
Oct 10, 2013 04:00 PM
Where NE 222
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 Sign Language Club is a fun way to learn the basics of American Sign
 Language for free. There are two separate clubs; each is one hour per
 week. The two different clubs learn different sets of vocabulary and
 work on basic grammar skills. Participants may attend either club or
 both. All skill levels from beginning (no previous knowledge) to more
 advanced are welcome. Those who participate in two-thirds of either of
 the sessions receive a certificate of participation that is a nice
 addition to a job portfolio.

 

Sign Language Clubs begin: Tuesdays starting Sept. 10 from 3-4 p.m.  in NE 222 AND/OR Thursdays starting Sept. 12 from 12:10-1:10 p.m. in NE 205.

The clubs use the Bravo Family video series as the basic  curriculum, as well as supplemental materials (and music!).  Any skill level is welcome for either day. You may come either day or both. Please consider joining. It's lots of fun and is a useful skill.

Coordinators -- Drs. Tom Fischer and Denise Clark, fischert@uwosh.edu, clarkd@uwosh.edu

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