About ASL 220 A

Introduces students to ASL literature by exploring and examining a wide range of videos produced by Deaf artists. ASL literature covers classic and modern Deaf folklores, ASL storytelling/narratives, ASL poetry, Deaf humor, theatre, cinema, and other genres. Prerequisite: ASL 051.

Notes

Prereq enforced by the system: ASL 051; Open to Degree and CDE students; Class meets ONL Asynchronous

Section Description

Introduces students to ASL literature by exploring and examining a wide range of videos produced by Deaf artists. ASL literature covers classic and modern Deaf folklores, ASL storytelling/narratives, ASL poetry, Deaf humor, theatre, cinema, and other genres. Prerequisite: ASL 051.

Section Expectation

After completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Explain how ASL literature fits the traditional definition of literature; 2. Capture and understand the social, cultural, and historical contexts in literary works; 3. Discern and analyze literary works from various genres within ASL literature; 4. Describe how an ASL literary work is produced in terms of grammatical features, styles, and techniques; and 5. Recognize well-known Deaf artists

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