ASL 209 - Advanced ASL & Cognitive Processing 1
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: A grade of “C” or better in ASL 202 or admission to the Interpreter Training Program.
This course, taught in American Sign Language (ASL), builds on material learned in ASL 202 , developing both comprehension and expression in ASL. Students continue learning and using ASL vocabulary, grammatical principles and various intermediate-level discourse features in narratives and presentations in ASL. Issues related to the effects of oppression and discrimination (e.g., audism, racism, sexism), the influence of power and privilege within multicultural and diverse populations, majority and minority culture dynamics, and dynamics of cross-cultural interaction will be explored. To advance to ASL 210 , the student must complete this course with a grade of “C” or better.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Apply current expressive and receptive skills in ASL to discuss topics and expand their expressive skills in various topics and content areas in ASL discourse.
- Retell topics and content presented in ASL.
- Discuss in groups/pairs, with ASL users/guest speakers, issues related to the Deaf community and social justice.
- Utilize storytelling both expressively and receptively to identify new structures and vocabulary in ASL.
- Vocabulary of finances
- Mouthing morphemes, depicting-noun verbs, and tokens
- Analyzing ASL discourse
- Deaf community
- Vocabulary of decision making
Instructor-approved textbook and materials.
Approved By: Bullock, Quintin Date Approved: 12/17/2015
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