About ASL 120 A

Provides students a comprehensive orientation to Deaf communities as linguistic and cultural minorities. Students will explore various aspects of American Deaf culture.

Notes

This course will have interpreters to facilitate lecture/ discussion for all students at each class meeting; Open to Degree and PACE students

Section Description

Provides students a comprehensive orientation to Deaf communities as linguistic and cultural minorities. Students will explore various aspects of American Deaf culture.

Section Expectation

This course is designed to engage students into the ‘Deaf World’ by exploring various aspects of American Deaf Culture including values, beliefs, norms, identities, traditions, arts, communities, and language. Students will also examine internal and external factors that affect Deaf communities through social, cultural, and political lenses. This course contains lecture, interactive class discussion, community engagement, and critical analyses. This course will be conducted in Spoken English with an interpreter.

Evaluation

Students will be assessed by attendance, participation in class discussion, homework, projects. Students will show evidences of their understandings of Deaf Culture in various aspects such as, Deaf Culture, Deafhood, Deaf gain, Deaf oppression, allyship, and intersectionality. Journals and quizzes will be used as evaluation tools.

Course Dates

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Location

Votey Bldg 209 (View Campus Map)

Times

to on Tuesday and Thursday

Important Dates

Note: These dates may not be accurate for select courses during the Summer Session.

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Deadlines
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