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Explore the world through language! Continuing Education provides language classes designed to improve your communication in the workplace, community, and abroad.

American Sign Language  REGISTER! 

This course introduces the fundamentals of American Sign Language. It includes an introduction to the basic skills in production and comprehension of Sign Language, including finger spelling and numbers, conversational ability and culturally appropriate behaviors to ASL grammar. This interactive class includes extensive practice to further develop student's ASL proficiency.

Tues., February 2 -  March 9, 5:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
Fee: $99

Beginning Conversational Spanish  REGISTER!

Hola! Como estas? In this 6-hour course participants will learn basic conversational Spanish, from a friendly greeting to instructional content. Learn how to speak with confidence when interacting with customers, fellow church members, students or any Spanish speaking member of our community. Participants will engage in lively activities to learn helpful vocabulary, pronunciation and structures.

Tues., January 26 - February 16, 5:30 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Student Union West (SUW) 347
Fee: $75

Intermediate Conversational Spanish  REGISTER! 

This course will building upon lessons and concepts learned in the Conversational Spanish Basic class.  Students will learn intermediate concepts in Spanish and strategies to expand their conversational abilities by sharpening their speaking and listening skills. Prerequisite: Beginning Conversational Spanish class.

Tues., March 23 - April 13, 5:30 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Student Union West (SUW) 347
Fee: $75

ESL:  Spanish to English for social settings   REGISTER!

¡Bienvenido! Participants will acquire basic phrases for various social settings, become acquainted with the multiple U.S. holidays, recognize cultural differences, build social and cultural bridges, and identify resources to continue learning and staying connected. Prerequisite: Basic English grammar. Textbook required and available online using ISBN-13:978-0071820981

Tues. & Fri., May 11 - June 4, 6:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
Fee: $125

ESL:  Spanish to English for workplace settings  REGISTER!

¿busca empleo? Acquire the necessary skills for job search strategies; create a resume and complete a job application. Learn the best interview techniques and the significance of cultural differences in the workplace. Once you are accepted for the job, learn the essential, basic phrases to communicate with your supervisor and coworkers. Employment related resources are included in this course to assist participants with finding employment, maintaining the job, and advancing with the company. Prerequisite: Basic English grammar. Textbook required and available online using ISBN-13:978-0071820981 

Tues. & Fri., July 21 - August 13, 6:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
Fee: $125

ESL:  Spanish to English for Parent-Teacher communication settings  REGISTER!

¡Vamos a la escuela! Acquire essential communication between parents and teachers. Learn to develop conversations to communicate when there is a concern, question, or problem with your child. Learn skills and strategies to help your children with schoolwork. Learn the electronic methods schools use not only to communicate with teachers, but also to access children's grades or school supplies. Get familiar with apps and other communication methods to get involved in your children's education and even school events. Textbook required and available online using ISBN-13: 978-0071820981 

Tues. & Fri., June 15 - July 9, 5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Student Union East (SUE) 243
Fee: $125

American Sign Language II   

This course develops receptive and expressive ability and allows recognition and demonstration of more sophisticated grammatical features of American Sign Language (ASL). It increases fluency and accuracy in finger spelling and numbers. The course is designed to further develop students' ASL proficiency through extensive communicative practice. Sustained attention is given to deaf culture, its values, norms, history, literature, and folklore.

 

Lara Herter, Program Coordinator
lherter@gulfcoast.edu
T  850.873.3583
 

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