May 22, 2022
ASL 211 - American Sign Language IIICredits: 4
Instructional Contact Hours: 4
Builds upon previous knowledge and skills in ASL emphasizing expressive skills. Participates in class in ASL. Emphasizes full immersion where nonverbal communication is practiced.
Prerequisite(s): ASL 112 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 critical thinking skills to apply appropriate grammar and signs to construct ASL sentences.
- Show various aspects of time signs, including recurring and continuous.
- Model classifiers, including locative, and using non-dominant hand as reference.
- Incorporate role shifting in narrating a short story.
- Use topic/comment structure appropriately.
- Access, analyze, and use information to produce concepts represented by ASL signs in interaction with others.
- List English synonyms for ASL concept words.
- Model appropriate signs in making complaints or requests in ASL.
- Describe one's emotions and feelings accurately.
- Explain the reason for relocating or moving away.
- Demonstrate ASL proficiency.
- Differentiate signs for multiple meaning words.
- Compose a story about life events from the beginning to the end.
- Use appropriate classifiers to describe a room or a house.
- Reconstruct appropriate classifiers to accurately represent the concepts.
- Distinguish between the use of transitions and continuity in signs.
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