|Sat 5 Apr 2014, 9:00am–5:00pm|
|Sun 6 Apr 2014, 9:00am–5:00pm|
Additional fees may apply
his course is suitable for those who have completed the first NZSL workshop at Karoro (or approximately 14 hours learning Sign Language). We continue to learn more basic grammar as well as improving our skills in NZSL to communicate in everyday social situations with Deaf Signers. This workshop has a continued approach to create an in-depth understanding of NZ sign language and its Deaf culture.
Be able to finger spell and read names, words more fluently.
Communicate and respond to requests and questions.
A better reception of, and understanding of, more expressive signing skills.
Continue developing skills so that you can achieve an everyday conversation in NZSL.
"New Zealand's Sign Language (NZSL) is the natural language of the Deaf community in New Zealand - it reflects the country's culture and includes signs for Maori terminology and concepts unique to New Zealand. As an official New Zealand language, NZS Lis used daily by more than 24,000 New Zealander's. Sign Language is a combination of hand shapes, facial expressions and body movements. It is not simply signed representations of spoken words ". - http://www.deaf.co.nz
Where: Karoro Learning - Conference Room.
When: April 5 / 6th 9.00 am - 4.30 pm each day (30 mins for lunch).
Tutor: Josje Lelijveld - Qualified Deaf NZSL Instructor.
Cost: $85.00 per person. A $5 discount applies for those that apply online/on time (one week out of start date).
Registrations close 2 April @ 1 pm: We require at least 10 enrollments for this course to go ahead.
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