Kapiti

Kapiti

$50.00

  • Kapiti
    7 February 2019 - 28 March 2019
    8 weeks, Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Session information
    Sessions
    Session 1
    Thu 07 Feb 18:30 - Thu 07 Feb 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 2
    Thu 14 Feb 18:30 - Thu 14 Feb 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 3
    Thu 21 Feb 18:30 - Thu 21 Feb 20:30
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    Session 4
    Thu 28 Feb 18:30 - Thu 28 Feb 20:30
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    Session 5
    Thu 07 Mar 18:30 - Thu 07 Mar 20:30
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    Session 6
    Thu 14 Mar 18:30 - Thu 14 Mar 20:30
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    Session 7
    Thu 21 Mar 18:30 - Thu 21 Mar 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 8
    Thu 28 Mar 18:30 - Thu 28 Mar 20:30
    Kapiti
    NZSL - Level 1A
    • $50.00 incl. GST
  • Kapiti
    9 May 2019 - 27 June 2019
    8 weeks, Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Session information
    Sessions
    Session 1
    Thu 09 May 18:30 - Thu 09 May 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 2
    Thu 16 May 18:30 - Thu 16 May 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 3
    Thu 23 May 18:30 - Thu 23 May 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 4
    Thu 30 May 18:30 - Thu 30 May 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 5
    Thu 06 Jun 18:30 - Thu 06 Jun 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 6
    Thu 13 Jun 18:30 - Thu 13 Jun 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 7
    Thu 20 Jun 18:30 - Thu 20 Jun 20:30
    Kapiti
    Session 8
    Thu 27 Jun 18:30 - Thu 27 Jun 20:30
    Kapiti
    NZSL - Level 1B
    • $50.00 incl. GST

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Category: Product ID: 1539

Description

Level 1A

Learning outcomes:
By the end of this 1A course, learners will:

  • Exchange greetings and make introductions
  • Understand simple class instructions
  • Learn about the role of facial expression in NZSL
  • Learn to get, and give, eyegaze before signing (requirements for visual attention)
  • Learn numbers 1‐10
  • Learn the fingerspelling alphabet
  • Spell their own name
  • Ask for repetition
  • Identify people in the class
  • Name language(s) they are learning
  • Give and follow simple instructions and action commands
  • Ask for clarification, correction and confirmation
  • Ask and tell where something is in the class
  • Use appropriate phrases for arriving and leaving class
  • Use numbers for counting (0‐20) and simple time phrases in relation to class activities
  • Name common food and drink items
  • Make and respond to requests and offers for basic wants and needs
  • Ask and tell locations of familiar objects and locations in the immediate environment
  • Express likes and dislikes

*Handouts and homework included.

Level 1B

Learning outcomes:
By the end of this 1B course, learners will:

  • Tell about immediate family/whanau and relationships
  • Give and ask more personal information about self and others
  • Use numbers for counting, age, ranking
  • Communicate about simple home and leisure daily routines and activities
  • Express feelings about activities
  • Use calendar and clock time phrases

*Handouts and homework included.

Level 1C

Learning outcomes:
By the end of this 1C course, learners will:
Start and close conversations with known and unknown people 

  • Give compliments and congratulations
  • Ask and tell about general wellbeing, health and everyday life, weather
  • Communicate about essential services and locations in the community
  • Describe occupations, tasks and transport in relation to work and community activities
  • Negotiate appointments and bookings
  • Discuss prices on use of services and purchases, and ways of payment

*Handouts and homework included.