Academic ASL Modules

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A. Technical Elements of ASL Composition Introduction This is an introduction to the modules you can view to help develop skills in Academic ASL. The development of such skills will aid in the ability to develop and deliver successful products in ASL.

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A.1. Core Principles of ASL Composition This is an overview of the core skill set vital in developing, producing and delivering any type of work or discourse in Academic ASL.

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A.1.a    Organization and Coherence In order to get your information across to people effectively you need to organize your thoughts and be specific in your messages.

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A.1.b    ASL Registers ASL registers, also known as register variation, is a linguistic characteristic that the signer determines the choice of language use when producing Video Essays, conducting presentations, or engaging in classroom discourse.

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A.1.b*  Additional Descriptions for ASL Registers  Additional description about ASL registers that you could find useful.

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A.1.c    Working with Sources You will need to work with different types of sources when you develop, produce and deliver products in ASL, displaying your ability to connect preexisting ideas with your own ideas.

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A.2.    Application The purpose of this is to introduce you to the key elements involved in developing; producing and delivering finished products or meeting certain standards established by the university and your teachers.

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A.2.a    ASL Video Text This module offers insight into how you can produce work in ASL and to textualize it through digital means.

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A.2.a MOD    Modifications This is “rules” involved with producing video texts that may differ from other mode of productions. You will become aware of the uniqueness involved in developing and producing ASL video texts.

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A.2.a MIS    Mise-en-Scene This segment offers insight into the formatting of ASL video texts in ensuring its quality and attractiveness to viewers.

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A.2.a TRA    Transitions Producing ASL video texts require the use of transitions (technical editing) to ensure that your information are delivered smoothly by allowing you to transition between different concepts in your video.

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A.2.b    ASL Public Presentation This module offers insight into how you can successfully develop and deliver ASL presentations in various settings.

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A.2.c    Classroom Discourse The purpose of this segment is to help understand the role discourse in the classroom has in eventual student success inside and outside of classrooms and in producing academic work.

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