ASL 1701: American Sign Language I

5 CreditsOnline Available

The first dynamic course of a four-course sequence is designed to prepare the students for the visual modality of American Sign Language. This course introduces basic grammatical structure and basic vocabulary to develop communicative proficiency and cultural knowledge. The course utilizes a practical approach to learning vocabulary, grammar, fingerspelling, and cultural aspects through conversational activities. Students will study units 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the Signing Naturally textbook. Community involvement in the ASL/Deaf community is required outside of class for Fall/Spring (not required for May/Summer Term).

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