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American Sign Language IV (SPE-127)

Semester: Spring 2021
Number: 0876-127-001
Instructor: Ebby Johnson
Days: Monday 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Note: Online, Both synchronous and asynchronous
Location: Online
Credits: 3

Cross-Listed With 0878-527

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Students will expand on their ASL knowledge from American Sign Language III in all language domains, including vocabulary, grammar, and use. Aspects of cross-cultural communicative differences are highlighted. Facilitation of student’s expressive ASL ability through individual and group work.

Learning Goals:   • Gain a deeper understanding of what is meant by visual communication in ASL through course projects and peer feedback regarding the clarity and accuracy of their sign.• Be able to correctly select signs in ASL that reflect a given situation, use or application.• Have the ability to identify words with multiple-meanings and how to convey thoughts that are conceptually accurate in ASL. • Demonstrate an appreciation of storytelling and poetry within Deaf culture through ongoing discussions, creative expression and reflections throughout the course. • Critically analyze and reflect on one’s ability to interact successfully with the d/Deaf population in order to strengthen interrelationships within the Deaf community

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