American Sign Language
Baltimore has become a microcosm of the world with its very diverse populations. Known for its communities which span the gamut of cultures, Charm City has become the place to visit as well as live. Because of the diverse cultures living in the area, there is a desire and/or need to learn the languages native to the various residents. Here is a sampling of language classes available for people interested in becoming bi-lingual or just studying another tongue.
A national advocacy group for the deaf said Tuesday it is developing guidelines for courtroom use of American Sign Language after a Maryland judge banned spectators from using ASL during trial proceedings.
For one group of friends recently, a walk through a sun-warmed street in Braddock Heights was just as much about moving their hands as their feet.
For one group of friends this weekend, a walk through a sun-warmed street in Braddock Heights was just as much about moving their hands as their feet.
Higher test scores, advanced reading skills, greater confidence, cultural connections and college preparation are just a few key benefits for children who study a second language. As a diverse and multicultural city, Baltimore hosts a number of robust language programs that will satisfy your child’s growing curiosity about the world. The best part: Many of these schools offer classes for parents too.
Ask 6-year-old Faith Miller why the Spring Ridge Sharks swim team is different, and she’ll say it’s because of the games she plays and the fun she has.
There is something about learning another language that can make you feel cultured, accomplished and communicative. Whether for professional or private reasons, these classes in Baltimore offer a top-of-the-line education for you to learn a different language.
A Maryland community college student got some silent one-on-one time with President Barack Obama last week.