White woman in black blouse standing outside signing
Transcript
An African-American woman signs the letter “d” to a white man on her laptop screen who is also signing the letter “d”

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ASL Connect offers levels I-IV. These courses are designed to engage students with live interactions with fluent ASL users.

Online ASL Courses
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ASL I

American Sign Language I is for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. Students will learn basic conversational skills and vocabulary through video samples, exercises, and live signing practice with fluent ASL users.

ASL I
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ASL II

American Sign Language II students refine their use of basic sentence types, and try out their skills through interactions, such as giving and receiving directions, with fluent ASL users through interactive video sessions.

ASL II
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ASL III

American Sign Language III students will create more complex ASL vocabulary and grammatical features, including the ability to produce and understand short stories, narratives, and dialogues. Students will put these skills to practice through live video sessions with fluent ASL users.

ASL III
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ASL IV

American Sign Language IV expands students' vocabulary and grammar. Students will be able to describe settings, discuss everyday events, including the ability to explain their causes and effects. These skills will be honed through video samples and interactive video sessions with fluent ASL users.

ASL IV
A group of people are signing on the top of stairs.

ASL Summer Residency Program at Gallaudet

Come to Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. to immerse yourself in learning ASL on the campus of the world's only university for Deaf and hard of hearing students.  You'll find yourself living and learning on this historical campus, a Deaf cultural mecca situated within one of the world's most visited cities with unrivaled free cultural activities. 

ASL Summer Residency Program

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