American Sign Language IV

ASLN 202 (3)

Builds on the curriculum studied in ASLN 201 (units 7-9) and covers units 10-12. The focus is on further development of ASL vocabulary and grammar through dialogues and narratives including cultural and linguistic information of Deaf people. The content covers fingerspelling, ASL terminology, expressive and receptive vocabulary, classifiers, sentence structure, spatial locations, parameters, conversational signs, and the examination of issues in Deaf culture. This course incorporates the D.E.M. (Direct Experience Method). The ultimate goal is to help students to become comfortable in maintaining the conversation with Deaf people utilizing appropriate cultural behaviors while increasing fluency and comprehension. Prerequisites: ASLN 101, 102, 201.
Course Code: ASLN 202 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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