This course will help learners work towards an accredited BSL qualification. It follows on directly from the Introduction to British Sign Language course. Learners will develop techniques in communicating in various social and transactional contexts.
The course also includes: using on-line resources; using the appropriate facial expressions; viewing signed presentations and taking notes; describing the placement of objects; using the correct timelines; using directional verbs. Learners will focus on topics such as food and drink, leisure activities, weather, describing people; countries and will learn how to structure simple sentences using BSL grammar and syntax.
Completion of an introductory course to British Sign Language or basic knowledge of BSL signs.
Part time (evening)
Part time (weekend)
ESOL, Languages and Teaching English as a Foreign Language