Jul 10, 2020
ASL 212 - American Sign Language IVCredits: 4
Provides opportunity to develop and refine advanced skills and fluency in ASL. Conducts class in ASL. Emphasizes full immersion where nonverbal communication will be praticed.
Prerequisite(s): ASL 211 with a minimum grade of C, or permission of ASL coordinator.
Lecture Hours: 60 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: Humanities
Outcomes and Objectives
- Use ASL expressive and receptive skills to communicate and respond to others in a variety of conversational situations.
- Tell stories and antedotes.
- Participate in discussions.
- Conduct private conversations.
- Use critical thinking skills to converse spontaneously in ASL.
- Describe and expand on life events using appropriate grammatical structures
- Choose appropriate classifiers to describe shapes, locations, patterns, and textures.
- Discuss activities, plans, and opinions.
- Access, analyze, and use information with ASL grammar and vocabulary.
- Demonstrate knowledge of concept and multiple meaning words.
- Differentiate between types of numbers (cardinal, ordinal, money, time).
- Use rhetorical questions accurately.
- Model proper usage of ASL conjunctions.
- Show time reduplication.
- Demonstrate ASL proficiency.
- Explain and discuss how a decision has been made including listing the pros and cons.
- Presenting facts by using ratio, listing, fraction, ranking, and percentage.
- Narrate a story that supports the knowledge of elements in storytelling.
- Listing classifiers: instrument, element, locative, semantic, body, and body parts.
- Describe symptoms, causes, and treatments in regards to a medical condition.
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