AMSL 216 American Sign Language Level IV
Description: This fourth course in the study of American Sign Language (ASL) continues to build upon students' receptive and expressive skills at the advanced level while expanding their knowledge of Deaf culture and the influences of other sign language systems. Emphasis is placed on advanced fingerspelling, ASL structure and vocabulary. Instruction utilizes a natural approach to teaching a second language by engaging students in authentic conversations within the classroom environment. This course is intended for students or professionals interested in working and/or interacting with Deaf people.
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