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About ASL 002 B

Discusses concepts and principles: advanced vocabulary, grammar patterns, use of space/modulation of signs for time/location. Further explores Deaf Culture. Prerequisites: ASL 001 or equivalent.

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Prereq: CMSI 001 or ASL 001 or successful completion of placement interview; Open to Degree and PACE students

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Section Description

This course is second in a series of courses designed to further development of comprehension and production abilities in American Sign Language (ASL). Lessons are designed around recognition and demonstration of more sophisticated grammatical features of ASL with focus on increasing fluency and accuracy. Deaf communities will be also discussed.

Section Expectation

Required Readings and Materials: 1. Bryant, R., Gelineau, L., Shannon, T., Harris, R., & Marbury, N. (2017). TRUE+WAY ASL: Level 2 student e-workbook. Austin, TX: Purple Moontower. (Professor will provide link and steps to sign up 3rd TWA edition thru Canvas) 2. Must have Web-Camera, video-camera for recording: (Desktop/Laptop/Smartphone/Tablet) 3. Assigned articles (Canvas)

Evaluation

Course Evaluation: Your comprehension and production skills will be evaluated regularly. You will also be evaluated on your preparation for online/in-class activities and your assignments online. Assignments: 35% A. Worksheets (10%) - Students are expected to engage online assignments on a consistent basis to receive full credit. Your engagement includes cultural behaviors and prompt with assignments on a consistent basis in order to show respect. B. ASL Events and Deaf Cultural Discussion (5%) - You write a 250-word critical reflection on your participation including making references to the assigned articles you read. For Conversation Starter Discussion – Graded included in the system. C. Media Recording (20%) - You will produce a video demonstrating your ability to use certain grammatical features in ASL sentences. Story Comprehension 10% - This will cover all material presented to that point of the class. They will include information from TRUE+WAY ASL, video/PowerPoint lectures, vocabulary videos, and assigned articles. Comprehension Quiz: 10% - This will cover all material presented to that point of the class. They will include information from TRUE+WAY ASL, video/PowerPoint lectures, vocabulary videos, and assigned articles. Comprehension Test: 15% - This receptive will include comprehension and production, information from the workbook, Media Recording, vocabulary videos, and assignments. Production Test: 25% - This expressive will include comprehension and production, information from the workbook, Media Recording, vocabulary videos, and assignments. ASL Lab: To participate all of lab (required), will earn full credit weekly. (5%) A. Weekly Meetup - Students will engage in a 50-minute conversation with the Teaching Assistant (TA) on a weekly basis. B. Language Drills - Students will perform language drills as assigned from your Professor.

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