Introduction to American Sign Language II

ASLN 102 (3)

Extends and further develops basic signing vocabulary and grammar. The content covers fingerspelling, ASL terminology, expressive and receptive vocabulary, sentence structure, and conversational signs. Students will begin to discuss personal information, including where they live, family information and various physical activities. They will begin to refine visual perception to assist with comprehension skills in sign language. Students will be introduced to spatial referencing, contrastive structures, the expression of time and the formulation of negative statements. They will also be introduced to some rules for social interaction. The ultimate goal is to help student to become comfortable in maintaining the conversation with deaf people using ASL. Prerequisite: ASLN 101.
Course Code: ASLN 102 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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