This course is designed to be a continuation of American Sign Language II and is intended to increase competence in American Sign Language (ASL). Receptive and expressive skills are further developed. The student will study cultural anthropology as related to the deaf, sign syntax analysis, neural basis of sign linguistics, the community of the deaf, educational effect, deaf history and accommodations. Lab fee required.
Prerequisites: ASL 1140 and ASL 1150 with a grade of "C" or higher.
Terms Offered: Offered as Needed
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