Course Descriptions - American Sign Language
ASL121 Elementary American Sign Language I (3-0-3)

As the first half of the one-year sequence in elementary American Sign Language (ASL), this course introduces students to the process and structure of the language and provides basic skills necessary to use the language. Students' expressive (signing) and receptive (comprehension) skills are enhanced by an understanding of Deaf Culture. A minimum of five hours of additional ASL practice as prescribed by the instructor is required. The course is designed for beginners.

ASL122 Elementary American Sign Language II (3-0-3)

As the second half of the one-year sequence in Elementary American Sign Language (ASL), this course continues the study of the processes and basic structures of ASL to provide higher level skills to use the language more fluently. Students' expressive (signing) and receptive (comprehension) skills are enhanced by a deeper understanding of Deaf Culture. A minimum of five hours of additional ASL practice as prescribed by the instructor is required. PR: ASL 121


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