Course curriculum

    1. About this course

      FREE PREVIEW
    2. Before we begin...

    3. CEU for Students

    4. Code of Conduct

    5. Descriptive Text | Full Course Video

    1. Relevant Videos

    1. Overview

    2. ASL Parameters

    3. Homework

    1. About Texture

    2. A defining Moment

    3. Discussion Prompt

    4. Content Example

    5. Worksheet

    1. About Tempo

    2. Discussion Prompt

    3. Content Example

    4. Worksheet

    1. About Timbre

    2. Discussion Prompt

    3. Content Example

    4. Worksheet

About this course

  • $135.00
  • 43 lessons
  • 0.5 hours of video content

SELF-PACED AND INTERACTIVE

This course is self-paced (asynchronous) -  you can take any time you are free!  


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Instructor

Deaf Entrepreneur/Artist Rosa Lee Timm

Music has always been my passion ever since I was 5 years old. I started out by wanting to become a singer to learning how to play piano/guitar before getting obsessed with dancing and performing. During my time at NTID as a student, I created a performance troupe called, Dangerous Signs, along with my former roommate, Roberta Mather. I worked as an Art Director where I managed, directed, and performed along with 5-12 deaf performers throughout my college years. Upon graduation, I started my own one-woman show in which I toured for over 16 years, celebrating American Sign Language via storytelling, live interactions, comedy skits, and signing songs. During the summer of 2009, I launched my very first Deaf Music Camp in Michigan where I was able to explore musical elements through Deaf lenses with fellow deaf musicians. It was an eye-opening experience. With my experience and love for music, I wanted to challenge myself into exploring musicality in ASL that's not entirely reliant on sound. I wanted to truly capture a deaf-centric musical experience and break down the stigma that music can only be enjoyed by those who can hear. So this is my first stake in breaking it down and I invite you all to join me in exploring the world of musicality through ASL.