||This course focuses on advanced vocabulary, communicative functions and language techniques for effective expression of meaning and context of American Sign Language (ASL).
|| ASL1114 AND Grade of B or better in ASL1114
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Deaf people and ASL.
- Display an appreciation for the linguistic and cultural diversity of the Deaf community and ASL.
- Exhibit respect for the values and social customs of the Deaf community.
- Use ASL with grammatically correct sentence structure, fingerspelling, numbering systems, classifiers and non-manual signals.
- Use appropriate transitions, conversational repair and cohesive features.
- Use ASL for descriptive, expository, technical and narrative dialogue at conversational and academic levels.
- Perform a self-assessment of signing skills and set goals for improvement.
- Apply techniques for managing the interpreting process.
- Behave in a professional manner, using professional communication strategies.
- Make appropriate target language choices.
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