SED 385 : AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

This introductory sign language course develops knowledge and skills for reading and executing a basic vocabulary of manual signs and fingerspelling. The use of American Sign Language (ASL) conceptual signs within the framework of the ASL grammar system is also emphasized. The course includes a study of the cultural aspects of the Deaf community. The course includes 5 hours of interactions with members of the Deaf Community. Offered Fall and Spring Term.

GEP, Elective credit.

Overview

Program

Credits

3