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Course Overview

This course is designed to continue students’ exposure to the variety of features in ASL by recognizing and considering the ways those features are demonstrated in naturalistic data. Students will compile a collection of data sets, which will allow them to investigate ASL features. Critical analysis of ASL features including ASL depiction, discourse features, and ASL registers reinforces students’ abilities in creating, utilizing, and analyzing ASL materials for the purpose of academic research, pedagogy, and resources.

Credits: 3
Bachelors, Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: ASL 304 or permission of instructor

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Admissions Requirements

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