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ASL1113 – American Sign Language and Deaf Culture III pdf

Credits: 4 (4/0/0)
Description: This course is designed to offer continued study of American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture. Emphasis will be placed on improvements in speed and fluency along with reinforcement of appropriate grammar usage and conversational skills. This course will also introduce deaf idioms and their use within Deaf culture.
Prerequisites: ASL1112
Grade of B or better in ASL1112
Corequisites: None
  1. Generate complex American Sign Language (ASL) structure with intermediate ASL vocabulary knowledge.
  2. Execute a wide variety of grammatical principles, including classifiers and inflections.
  3. Express appropriate use of intermediate structures and non-manual behaviors.
  4. Display appropriate use of intermediate ASL features.
  5. Exhibit intermediate-level fingerspelling competency.
  6. Demonstrate ability to maintain intermediate-level conversations.
  7. Display understanding of the grammatical differences between ASL and English.
  8. Demonstrate appropriate non-manual markers.
  9. Develop intermediate linguistic structures in ASL including inflection and use of space.
  10. Display appropriate usage of Deaf idioms.
  11. Exhibit intermediate-level number production and recognition.
  12. Demonstrate appropriate behaviors and interaction with members of the Deaf community.
MnTC goal areas: None

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