Dec 07, 2022  
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ASL 202 - Intermediate II American Sign Language


Prerequisites: Placement by examination or successful completion (C- or higher) of Intermediate I American Sign Language ASL 201  
Note: Not open to those proficient in American Sign Language.
This course enables students to expand their vocabulary to signs affected by context and nuance of meaning, and use more advanced sentence structures and grammatical features that incorporate classifiers, directional verbs and prepositional phrases. Students will set up a mock store in an “ASL Village”. They will show the dimensions and physical set up their business. Fellow students become their customers as they have an interchange of questions and conversation, using their newly acquired vocabulary. Additionally, students will be exposed to relevant topics such as: How Deaf people are affected by changing technology, the mainstream view of deafness, and the challenges mounted against ASL.

3 credits
Spring



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