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Course Overview

This accelerated course is designed for students who have completed ASL 111 or who have demonstrated intermediate ASL skills as determined by the ASL Placement Test. This course prepares students for more complex interactions and academic discourse at Gallaudet University. Emphasis is upon acquisition of comprehension, production and interactional skills. ASL will be taught within contexts and related to general vocabulary, students will learn more complex grammatical features through narratives and dialogue.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Grade of B or above in ASL 111 or department approval.

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