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UCCS Academic Catalog 2012-2013

    University of Colorado Colorado Springs
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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ASL 3110 - American Sign Language V

4 Credits (Minimum) 4 Credits (Maximum)

This is the fifth in a related series of courses that focus on the use and study of American Sign Language (ASL), the language that is widely used by Deaf Americans. This course provides the opportunity to develop and use stories and language activities in both receptive and expressive modes. Non-manual behavior, ASL structure, and fluency are included to challenge students’ ability to increase expressive and receptive skills in ASL at an advanced level. It offers a more in-depth discussion of the principles of ASL and comparison of communication methodologies. Presents further exposure to more sophisticated dialogue. Prer., ASL 2120.



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