An introductory New Zealand Sign Language course is open to UC staff and students in Term 4.
Participants are taught:
- The finger-spelling alphabet
- Basic phrases
- Some university-specific vocabulary
- Basic grammar
- Deaf culture
If NZSL week has sparked your interest in learning NZ’s third official language then here’s an opportunity for you to learn some sign!
Classes will be held each Thursday of term 3, from 12 to 12.50pm. Cost is $60. You’ll learn the finger-spelling alphabet, basic phrases and some university specific vocabulary.
Email email@example.com on how to register.
NZ Sign Language (NZSL) classes will be held in the Puaka-James Hight building each Thursday in term 2, (May 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30) from 12 to 12.50pm.
Participants will learn the finger-spelling alphabet and basic phrases, some university specific vocabulary and basic grammar. No previous NZSL experience is required.
The course is open to both students and staff and the cost is $50. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.