American Sign Language Classes Host Deaf Visitors
October 2, 2012
Shown in photo: ASL 3 students - Chris Ramirez, Cody Callahan, and Katie Hadfield with special guest.
In American Sign Language (ASL) classes, students were given the opportunity to host two deaf visitors. ASL1 and ASL2 students received real-world practice and put their ASL vocabulary to use by communicating with the deaf visitors using hand signs only – no voice! ASL3 students had the ability to share stories and the opportunity to expand the conversation with their deaf guests. All secondary students have had the opportunity to see American Sign Language in action during recent chapel services on Wednesday mornings at CCS as sign language interpreters have translated the worship and message into ASL.