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Courses: American Sign Language IV (ASL-202)

American Sign Language IV (ASL-202)
This course teaches students advanced conversational and discourse skills in American Sign Language and advanced and fine aspects of American Deaf Culture. Styles/Registers in ASL will be discussed on an advanced level. Development of advanced signing skills include topicalization of medical and sexual behavior, current events, dialogues, sign variants/differences, etc. Text and discourse analysis are also incorporated throughout the course.

Course Name: ASL-202
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite 1: ASL-201; Prerequisite 2: ASL-205
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