Want to learn a new language? Need to improve current Spanish skills or earn a GED in Spanish? Interested in Sign Language?
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GED in Spanish
Taught in Spanish, students will prepare to take the GED® exam.
Come and join us to learn the basics of American Sign Language. We will have fun learning something new each week at a pace that will be easy for you. A book, "Baron's American Sign Language" 2nd Edition will be used. The ISBN number is 10-0-7641-3428-0. Come 'FALL' into American Sign Language at CVCC!.
This class is designed to continue to use your skills from Beginning Sign Language. This class will help you be “user friendly” and to practice the alphabet, fingerspelling, numbers, vocabulary (hand shape, location, movement), and familiar phrases used in brief conversations. The required textbook is called “Signing Illustrated” by Mickey Flodin (ISBN: 9780399530418).
12 themed chapters are broken down into 15-minute daily lessons, spanning a range of practical themes, from socializing to doing business. Each lesson combines Spanish vocabulary and grammar essentials with full-color photographs for a user-friendly, accessible language guide.
This course in a handy-sized book comes with a free downloadable audio app for Apple and Android phones, enabling you to hear words and phrases spoken by native Spanish speakers. The book also includes a menu guide and a two-language dictionary for quick reference when you’re out and about.
Each lesson is broken down into easy-to-follow stages, including a warm-up box to reinforce what you’ve already learned and “words to remember” lists that you can hide with the book’s front cover flap to hide, remember, and check again.
(ISBN: 978-1-4654-6298-5) Approximately $12.99 for the book and my be purchased at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
This is a continuation of Conversation Spanish-Beginning. This class will continue to focus on vocabulary and teaching basic grammar if you are vacationing to a Spanish speaking country or working with the public. Using sentences with both verbs and nouns will be discussed. Pre-requisite: Conversational Spanish Beginning
For questions or to to register you may email Cheri Toney at firstname.lastname@example.org or register with Online Instant Enrollment.
For further information you may contact the Continuing Education Department at (828) 327-7037.