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Course Overview

This course designs to continue the development of Lengua de Senas Mexicana (LSM) and emphasize development and refinement of comprehension, production, and interpersonal skills as well as deepening understanding of Mexican Deaf Culture. The visual and spatial language, LSM II will be taught with cultural context and brief Mexican Deaf history, as well. This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals needed to initiate and partake in, and understand intermediate LSM conversations with LSM users.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: WLC 101 with a grade of ''B'' or better or equivalent, and permission of department chair.

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Admissions Requirements

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