American Sign Language 3 (ASL) is an intermediate level curriculum. ASL 3 includes storytelling, usage of classifiers, size and movement, as well as offering units in country signs, the use of the tongue to convey varying degrees of effort, and beginning voice-to-sign and sign-to-voice interpreting. It is an opportunity to explore the usage of a vast vocabulary base that has been established during ASL 1 and ASL 2. Simple sentence structure becomes complex with the use of the advanced grammar skills of multiple facial expressions to represent rhetorical questions and the concept of continuity.
Successful completion of ASL 2 with a grade of a C or higher