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ASL 1020. Beginning American Sign Language II. 4 Hours.

For students interested in American Sign Language who have completed ASL 1010 or who have equivalent experience (approximately two years of high school ASL). 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. Continues the development of basic conversational skills with emphasis on the receptive skills, grammatical features, vocabulary development, and cultural awareness. Varied methods are used to teach the class, including drills, videos, and work in pairs. Students using 1020 as an entry level class may receive vertical credits for ASL 1010 upon passing 1020 with a C grade or higher. 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 2010. Placement in foreign language classes is at the discretion of the Department Chair. Prerequisite: ASL 1010 or instructor permission. SP.

General Education

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...a student completes a 1020, 2010, 2020, or...Theatre) do not accept ASL. Foreign Language Requirement...

Humanities Department

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...ASL 1020, 2010, 2020, and 3010. Chinese 1020, 2010, 2020, 3060, and 3390 French 1020...