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Linguistics of ASL II (SGN106)

3.0 Semester Hours

This course addresses the conversational fluency in American Sign Language (ASL). Focus is on the development of fluency with more advanced sign vocabulary and more complex ASL linguistics. Students are introduced to a series of thematically related signs that can be used in a variety of contexts. Emphasis is placed on both expressive and receptive competence.

Prereq: C or better in SGN101, SGN104, and SGN105.

Recommended Coreq: SGN108, if interested in the ITP program.

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