ASL Classes Online and In-Person
Personal ASL Tutor
If you're planning to become proficient in American Sign Language (ASL) or want to embark on a journey to communicate visually and effectively, enrolling in personalized ASL tutoring can help you achieve your language goals efficiently. Whether you're aiming to improve your signing skills, grasp the intricacies of ASL grammar, or prepare for ASL certification, a private tutor can provide the personalized guidance and flexibility you need.
One of the significant advantages of private ASL tutoring is the opportunity to tailor your learning experience to your specific objectives and challenges. You'll collaborate closely with your tutor to create a customized curriculum that addresses your areas of improvement and allows you to progress at your own pace. Additionally, scheduling is adaptable, allowing you to select class times that align perfectly with your schedule and make adjustments as needed.
At our ASL tutoring service, we offer various packages designed to accommodate your unique requirements, whether you prefer individual sessions or packages with multiple hours that can be used flexibly. We firmly believe that personalized attention is the cornerstone of mastering ASL, and our experienced tutors are dedicated to supporting your success on your ASL journey.
Single Hour - $60
5 Hours - $275
10 Hours - $500
Single Hour - $80
5 Hours - $375
10 Hours - $700
Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Downtown LA, KoreaTown, La Brea, and Fairfax.
6 Levels of American Sign Language
Level 1: Beginner
This level introduces the basics of ASL, including the alphabet, numbers, and common everyday signs. Learners focus on building a foundation in ASL grammar and vocabulary.
Level 3: Pre-Intermediate
In this level, learners delve deeper into ASL grammar and syntax. They expand their vocabulary to include more specialized signs and engage in more in-depth conversations.
Level 5: Advanced
Learners at this stage work on fluency and mastering ASL grammar. They engage in advanced conversations, debates, and presentations in ASL.
Level 2: Elementary
Building on the basics, this level continues to expand vocabulary and introduces more complex sentence structures. Learners practice conversation and basic storytelling in ASL.
Level 4: Intermediate
This level focuses on refining conversational skills and introducing cultural aspects of ASL and Deaf culture. Learners work on storytelling and expressing more complex ideas.
Level 6: Upper-Advanced
The final level emphasizes advanced ASL skills, including interpreting complex texts, advanced storytelling, and immersion in Deaf cultural experiences.