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    Casper College
  Jan 24, 2018
2017-2018 Academic Catalog & Student Handbook
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ASL 2220 - American Sign Language IV (4CR)

(4L) This course will continue advanced level instruction in American Sign Language, fingerspelling, deafness and deaf culture. Emphasis will be on receptive and expressive language skills within the parameters of sign language using the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language 5 C’s to include: Communication, Culture, Connections, Comparisons and Community. This course will continue developing American Sign Language. Advanced vocabulary and ASL grammar will be taught and reinforced through classroom presentations and activities, cultural models and visual media presentations. Discussions will focus on deafness, deaf history, current trends and related topics. The direct experience method (using ASL with no voice) will be used to enhance language acquisition.

Prerequisites: Successful completion (C or better) of ASL 2200  or equivalent coursework.

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