Queer ASL 103

Queer ASL 103 is for people who have a little bit of experience with ASL. This course covers ASL classifiers & storytelling. At home, students access video homework videos and a collection of Deaf culture information such as identity politics, cultural norms, history, current topics and issues, etc. The courses have a voice-off policy in order to both be respectful of signing spaces and to immerse ourselves in a signing environment. People who complete Queer ASL 103 are able to start having basic conversations with signing queer folks and a better understanding of the deaf/signing community.


A bit more about Queer ASL 103:

  • The courses are taught through using powerpoints, videos, demonstrations, dialogue practice via partners and groups.
  • Each class is 2.5 hours long with a 15 minute break about halfway through.
  • Class happens once a week for a total of 8 sessions.
  • We suggest a sliding scale donation of $70-100 per student.
  • There will be 1-2 hours worth of homework weekly.
  • Classroom is voice-off at all times.
  • Access & location information.


Check out what Queer ASL is and why we need Queer ASL for more information.