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American Sign Language

American Sign Language (ASL) users convey critical information with their hands through the use of handshapes, locations, movements, palm orientations and non-manual grammatical signals (eyes, face, head, shoulders).  Providing full visual access to communication and language, ASL can convey subtle, complex, and abstract thoughts.  In short, ASL can communicate anything.

 

For additional information about American Sign Language click on:

Hands & Voices Communication Considerations: American Sign Language

 

RESOURCES FOR LEARNING ASL

 

Local/State

 

Washington School for the Deaf

 

Tacoma Public Schools

Free classes begin Thursday, April 13 to May 18, 2017.

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced classes are offered.

Mt. Tahoma High School, rm #719

4634 S. 74th st Tacoma Wa 98409

For information and to RSVP please contact Olivia Wood at owood@tacoma.k12.wa.us

 

 

Online

 

ASL Nook-Words, pictures, and stories come to life with the magic of American Sign Language (ASL).

 

Sign It! American Sign Language Made Easy

 

 

Veditz -ASL Tutoring

 

 

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