LING 012. American Sign Language II

In ASL II, students expand their conversational range from talking about themselves to talking about other people, and about activities inside and outside the home along with time/calendar/sequencing concepts. Students also gain skill in reading and giving directions along with making requests as well as agreeing to requests with conditions. Other concepts include opinions, qualities, and pricing. Students develop polite conversation strategies to navigate Deaf space and to handle interruptions. Grammar topics include retelling and using role shifting in narratives, agreement verbs, and negations.
Prerequisite: LING 011  
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Fall 2022. Drolsbaugh.
Spring 2023. Drolsbaugh.
Spring 2024. Drolsbaugh.
Catalog chapter: Linguistics  
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