LING 012. American Sign Language II

Learning and understanding American Sign Language (ASL), and the cultural values and rules of behavior of the American Deaf community. Includes receptive and expressive readiness activities; sign vocabulary; grammatical structure; facial expressions (emotional & grammatical), body/spatial movement, gestures; receptive and expressive fingerspelling; and deaf culture do's and don'ts. Specific concepts/topics include the number/letter basics, identifying people, activities, places, and family.
Prerequisite: LING 011  
Social sciences.
1 credit.
Spring 2022. Drolsbaugh.
Spring 2023. Drolsbaugh.
Catalog chapter: Linguistics  
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