Aug 17, 2022
ASL& 122 - American Sign Language II5 Credits
ASL& 122 is a comprehensive, second level beginning course in American Sign Language, which includes instruction and practice in expressive and receptive language skills and continued cultural exploration.
Pre-requisite(s) ASL& 121 min 1.5
Course Note Previously ASL 102.
Quarters Typically Offered
Winter Day, Evening
Designed to Serve Transfer students who need to fulfill a language requirement; students interested in languages and cultures.
Active Date 20210211T14:42:31
Grading Basis Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Contact Hours: Lecture 55
Total Contact Hours 55
- 400 core supplemental vocabulary additional to ASL& 121
- Numbers 1-1 million
- Money Basic Math Incorporate numbers into age, time, money and pronominal signs
- Plain/non-directional verbs and inflecting/directional verbs
- Object-subject-verb and subject-verb-object sentence structures
- Rhetorical questions and conditional sentences
- American Deaf history, culture and education
- Community contact hours
Student Learning Outcomes
Interpersonal. Express self in conversations and correspondence in American Sign Language to provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.
Interpretive. Answer questions to demonstrate comprehension of live and recorded American Sign Language on a variety of topics.
Presentational. Present information, concepts, and ideas in American Sign Language to an audience of viewers on a variety of topics.
Cultural. Use culturally appropriate Language that demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the practices, products and perspectives of American Deaf culture.
Comparisons. Compare and contrast American Sign Language and culture with their own language and culture.
Connections. Present and discuss concepts and information of other disciplines through American Sign Language.
Connections. Present and discuss information and distinctive viewpoints that are only available through American Sign Language and Deaf culture.
Communities. Reflect on their participation in communities at home and abroad where American Sign Language is used.
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