ASL 210 - Advanced ASL & Cognitive Processing 2
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or better in ASL 209 .
This course, taught in American Sign Language (ASL), builds on material learned in ASL 209 , allowing students to develop advanced comprehension and expression in ASL. Students continue learning and using ASL vocabulary, grammatical principles and a variety of higher-level discourse features in narratives and presentations in ASL. Issues of the effects of special populations within the Deaf community (Deaf-Blind, Intellectual & Developmental Disability (ID/DD), Mental Health) will be explored, as well as specialized and technical vocabulary for various settings (medical, mental health, sexual signs, signs of drug use, etc.)In addition, issues of social justice as they relate to the Deaf community will be discussed.
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