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Courses: American Sign Language Deaf Literature (ASL-210)

American Sign Language Deaf Literature (ASL-210)
Students read and discuss in ASL various literary genres of American Sign Language and Deaf literature. Students develop foundational knowledge and skills in ASL Literature. Concentration is on the work of current, recognized narrators in literacy, face-to-face storytelling traditions, and current forms of literary genres. A research project is required by the end of this course.

Course Name: ASL-210
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
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Prerequisites: Take ASL 201 and ASL 205 or permission of instructor
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