Language Studies
 

First-Year American Sign Language, Part 2

First-Year American Sign Language, Part 2
Second in a series of courses which focuses on acquiring basic ASL skills, both receptive and expressive. An introduction to the Deaf community and culture will be provided.
ASL
102
 Hours4.0 Credit, 4.0 Lecture, 1.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesASL 101
 NoteTeacher may waive prerequisite based on prior experience.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring, Summer
 ProgramsContaining ASL 102
Course Outcomes: 

Converse

Be able to converse naturally using selected vocabulary.

Daily routines

Explain daily routines and time concepts.

Describe appearance

Describe appearance of others using classifiers.

Classifiers

Be able to develop and use appropriate classifiers.

Requests

Make basic person requests.

Structure

Be able to develop and use appropriate ASL structure.

Occupations

Discusss various occupations of family members.

Culture Rules

Be able to identify and explain selected culture rules.

Films

able to answer questions about selected films.

Deaf culture

Compare and contrast Deaf and hearing cultures.