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  • LING 151  Elementary American Sign Language I

    Description:
    This course provides an introduction to American Sign Language with an emphasis on receptive skills, vocabulary, and grammar; it also introduces the linguistics of ASL. In addition, through readings, guest speakers, and videotapes, the course seeks to help students develop their awareness of issues important to the Deaf community.   More Info

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  • LING 152  Elementary American Sign Language II

    Description:
    A continuation of LING 151 with emphasis on receptive and expressive skills. Note: LING 152 may be used as a distribution course only after successful completion of LING 153.   More Info

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  • LING 153  Elementary American Sign Language III

    Description:
    This course provides an intensive review of introductory ASL, followed by further study of grammar and language skills, correlated with advanced elementary level reading related to Deaf culture.   More Info

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  • LING 479  Independent Study

    Description:
    Independent research under the supervision and guidance of a member of the Linguistics faculty. Permission from the instructor must be obtained before registering for this course.   More Info

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