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Courses: American Sign Lang V (ASL-203)

American Sign Lang V (ASL-203)
ASL Vocabulary and usage of ASL are expanded through storytelling and folklore in ASL. Students will enhance skills in storytelling and re-telling which incorporate the dynamics of ASL and its finer aspects. Students learn how to participate in group discussions, to speculate and make analogies, give instructions and express feelings and intentions as well as applications of ASL discourse styles and registers and rehearse appropriate social/language responses. Prerequisites: ASL 202 and ASL 208. 2 lecture and 2 laboratory hours per week. 3 credits hours.

Course Name: ASL-203
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
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Prerequisites: ASL-201
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