American Sign Language II – Intermediate

This ASL class is for students who have taken beginning ASL and know their alphabet, basic vocabulary such as family members, numbers, colors, animals and 20-30 initial verbs and 30-40 initial nouns. Intermediate students can ask & reply to simple questions with who, what, where, when, how and why. We’ll build our knowledge of ASL vocabulary, syntax and semantics and practice in conversation with hearing and deaf presenters with videos on. Come join us to strengthen your ASL skills.

Presenter: Kenya Budd and Ashantay Truong 
Dates: Monday & Wednesday – May 31 & June 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23
Time: 5:00 pm Pacific Time

Ashantay Truong

My name is Ashantay and I am deaf and have a deaf family who all use ASL, American Sign Language. I graduated from the Washington School for the Deaf in Vancouver, WA. Currently I am a second-year student, studying Business Management, at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Kenya Budd

Kenya Budd enjoyed a 6 year long career as a student life specialist at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind. She went on to serve as a school interpreter for high school students in advanced placement classes. Kenya received her Special Education Bachelor’s degree with a Deaf Ed/ASL endorsement from the University of Maryland. Kenya completed her Education in Law and Social Justice degree at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon where she lives with her two children and French bulldog, Leo.

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