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ASL 305 - American Sign Language V

Continuation of ASL: Expanded study of ASL with emphasis on conversation skills and storytelling; introduced to study of storytelling features; continued expansion of knowledge of Deaf culture and Deaf community. Vocabulary is expanded through introduction of various content areas dealing with current events, world affairs, literature, the arts and abstract ideas. Students lean how to participate in-group discussions, speculate, make analagies, and give instructions and express feelings and intentions. Students must earn a ‘C’ or better for the course to meet the requirements as a prerequisite for subsequent language courses.

Prerequisite - ASL245

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $35.00

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