Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I love ASL! Not only is it a fun language to learn, but it's also a door to communicating with the deaf, career opportunities, and it's artistically expressive.
I have learned how to communicate more thoroughly. In ASL 2, you go past the basics and begin signing sentences and conversations. You also learn helpful everyday signs that would be useful in traveling, shopping, and recreational activities.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Make sure that you take ASL 1 first! It's very important to know your basics before moving into this course. Also make sure to practice signing actively and often. Teachers want you to learn how to sign fast, and to finger spell efficiently.