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Learn sign language from Phoenix homeschool students for free

Arizona Friends in Sign is a group of three young ladies in their teens, Becca, Ashley and Ariana.  They have a combined 22 years of sign language learning and teaching experience, with goals of continuing to work in the deaf community. Ariana and Ashley are homeschooled and desire to share their skills with the homeschool families in the Phoenix area.

Members of the group can fit into four skill categories, each with more challenging expectations.  Beginners with no experience are welcome (Level A), and can move to Level B.  The third level is Internship in which the students learn to teach the language and choreograph movements to songs. Advanced students move into Leadership with greater responsibilities and must be able to translate a variety of songs with a greater range of vocabulary.

AZ  Friends in Sign 

We are accepting new  members for our performance group for the 2011/2012 season. If your child has the desire and ambition to learn a unique and beautiful language by learning to  sign to music, then this would be a great opportunity. NO SIGN LANGUAGE  EXPERIENCE NEEDED.

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