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ASL1115 – American Sign Language and Deaf Culture V pdf

Credits: 3 (3/0/0)
Description: This course focuses on advanced vocabulary, communicative functions and language techniques for effective expression of meaning and context of American Sign Language (ASL).
Prerequisites: ASL1114
Grade of B or better in ASL1114
Corequisites: None
  1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Deaf people and ASL.
  2. Display an appreciation for the linguistic and cultural diversity of the Deaf community and ASL.
  3. Exhibit respect for the values and social customs of the Deaf community.
  4. Use ASL with grammatically correct sentence structure, fingerspelling, numbering systems, classifiers and non-manual signals.
  5. Use appropriate transitions, conversational repair and cohesive features.
  6. Use ASL for descriptive, expository, technical and narrative dialogue at conversational and academic levels.
  7. Perform a self-assessment of signing skills and set goals for improvement.
  8. Apply techniques for managing the interpreting process.
  9. Behave in a professional manner, using professional communication strategies.
  10. Make appropriate target language choices.
MnTC goal areas: None

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