- Get comfortable using your hands to communicate
- Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL
- See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part of ASL
- Use the index to find individual words
- Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources
An efficient and convenient way to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling.
In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up. Easy-to-use 2 CD-Rom set: 1 to install, 1 to run program.
Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista; CD-ROM drive 16x; Pentium III, 600 MHZ (or equiv.); 150 MB hard drive space