ASL Group

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What: American Sign Language chat group / class
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Where: [[Getting Here (2169)|2169]]
  
Where: 83c
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When: Wednesdays 8-10pm <small>'''[http://whenisgood.net/noisebridge/asl/generic click to (re)schedule]'''</small>
 
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When: Wednesdays 8-10pm <small>'''[http://whenisgood.net/noisebridge/asl/generic click to reschedule]'''</small>
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Why:  
 
Why:  
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* talk through glass
 
* talk through glass
 
* talk to temporarily mute people
 
* talk to temporarily mute people
* maybe even talk to deaf people
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* talk to deaf people
  
How:
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What:
  
 
If you're interested in learning (or teaching) how to sign, or just chatting in ASL, come on by.  
 
If you're interested in learning (or teaching) how to sign, or just chatting in ASL, come on by.  
  
 
Meetings:
 
Meetings:
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# 9/23: Start working on music video interpretations, watch some good ones
 
# 9/2: Learn [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_manual_alphabet manual alphabet], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Sign_Language_grammar handshape names], self-introductions and other basic words, and basic grammar overview. FIRST MEETING BONUS: Everyone who participates will get a yummy cookie!  
 
# 9/2: Learn [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_manual_alphabet manual alphabet], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Sign_Language_grammar handshape names], self-introductions and other basic words, and basic grammar overview. FIRST MEETING BONUS: Everyone who participates will get a yummy cookie!  
  

Revision as of 18:38, 22 September 2009

Where: 2169

When: Wednesdays 8-10pm click to (re)schedule

Why:

  • different mode = fun
  • talk clearly in noisy situations
  • talk across a room without interrupting anyone
  • talk through glass
  • talk to temporarily mute people
  • talk to deaf people

What:

If you're interested in learning (or teaching) how to sign, or just chatting in ASL, come on by.

Meetings:

  1. 9/23: Start working on music video interpretations, watch some good ones
  2. 9/2: Learn manual alphabet, handshape names, self-introductions and other basic words, and basic grammar overview. FIRST MEETING BONUS: Everyone who participates will get a yummy cookie!

Materials needed for the group (got any to donate?):

Useful sites:

Local meetups:

  • Thursdays 6-10pm, ASL Café 901 Wawona Street, SF
  • 1st Fridays 6-8pm, Cafe Flore, Castro - Market & Noe, SF
  • 2nd Fridays 7-10pm, Royal Ground Coffee, Downtown Berkeley
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