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ASL 1010. Beginning American Sign Language I. 4 Hours.

For beginning students interested in American Sign Language. Native-speakers and students who have acquired proficiency in this language through extended residence, military service, church missions, or other methods may not enroll in this class. Emphasizes principles, methods, and techniques of communicating manually with deaf individuals. Teaches basic receptive and expressive skills, overviews basic grammatical structure in signing, and explores deaf culture. A variety of teaching methods are employed, including drills, videos, and work in pairs. This course partially qualifies students to receive an Associate of Arts degree or Bachelor of Arts degree for some majors. Successful completers are prepared to take ASL 1020. Placement in foreign language classes is at the discretion of the Department Chair. FA.

General Education

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...vertical credit" for the 1010 course in the...Theatre) do not accept ASL. Foreign Language Requirement...

Humanities Department

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...communicate effectively. Course Prefixes ASL, CHIN, FREN, GERM...able to skip the 1010 course and begin...