ASL 1702: American Sign Language II

5 CreditsOnline Available

The second dynamic course of a four-course sequence further acclimates the students to the visual modality of American Sign Language and draws upon previously acquired knowledge in ASL 1701. The course utilizes a practical approach to learning vocabulary, grammar, fingerspelling, and cultural aspects through conversational activities. In ASL 1702, students’ production and comprehension skills continue to develop qualitatively and quantitatively as they are exposed to a greater variety of interaction activities. Students will study units 5, 7, and 8 in the Signing Naturally Level 1 textbook. Community involvement in the ASL/Deaf community is required outside of class for Fall/Spring (not required for May/Summer Term). prereq: 1701 with grade of at least [S or C-] or dept consent

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