COMD 3910 - AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

Intermediate American Sign Language students learn history and culture of the Deaf community. Students learn in-depth ASL vocabulary including idioms, unique number systems, lexicalized signs, ASL folklore, literature, and poetry associated with Deaf culture. Students are taught in ASL, with a no-voice, total immersion approach. Prerequisite: COMD 3010 with B- or higher, or instructor approval. (F, Sp, Su)

Dates Spring 2019 | 1/7/19 - 5/1/19
Credits 4.0
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Radford, Curtis curt.radford@usu.edu
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