ASL 212 - Int. American Sign Language II
Builds upon vocabulary, topics, and grammar introduced in ASL 211 and provides students with information on idiomatic/colloquial usages of signs as well as grammatical structures for complex sentences. Continues the development of communication skills with the deaf and hard of hearing population who use American Sign Language as a target language. Instruction in the integration of receptive and expressive skills with emphasis on literature, discourse styles, and contextualization at an intermediate level. Laboratory practice may be required. Fulfills world language requirement. (Arts and Humanities elective). This course requires the use of a web cam or video recording capabilities.
Prerequisites: ASL 211
Credits: 4(Lec: 4)
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