American Sign Language II
This course continues introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) for non-signers. Students will be exposed to linguistic principles for ASL, including signed vocabulary for basic communication, grammar, and cultural norms in the American Deaf Community. This course continues the introduction to non-manual behaviors and manual signs in conversation, including building communicative skills and developing cultural competence. The class is taught primarily in ASL. This course is offered in conjunction with the Five College Center for the Study of World Languages.
Five College Students
These seats are for Comm-Dis majors only. limit to 7 Comm-Dis majors limit 2 Seniors, 2 Juniors, 3 Sophomores/Freshmen
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